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How to reset Oracle Virtual Machine administrator password

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I forgot my oracle virtual machine administrator password and i'm the administrator for the VM. How do I reset the password.

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I don't see any posts, so I went searching.

Seems there is a script available on Metalink that will help you reset the password.  There is information about that on this page:

http://www.beyondoracle.com/2010/11/27/reset-recover-oracle-vm-manager-password/
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