Once you open the MyQ Central Easy Config application for the first time, you should change two passwords: the Server administrator password, and the password for access to the MyQ database.

The Server administrator user name is *admin and its default password is 1234.

The MyQ database access user name is SYSDBA and its default password is masterkey.

Changing the default passwords on the Home tab

To change the default passwords:
The first time you open the application, on the Home tab, you can see the Server Administrator Account, and the Database Administrator Password sections. In each of the two sections, type the new password, confirm the password, and then click Save.

MyQ Central Easy Config - Home tab, changing default passwords

After you change the password for the first time, its initial setup section disappears from the Home tab.

Changing passwords on the Settings tab

As soon as you replace the default passwords, the passwords sections disappear from the Home tab and they can no longer be changed there.

However, both of them can be changed at any time on the Settings tab, under the Server Administrator Account and Database Administrator Password sections.

Unlocking the Server Administrator account

After 5 consecutive failed login attempts to the Server administrator account, the account is locked.

The admin can see a warning that the *admin account is locked, and unlock it, in the Server Administrator Account section on the Settings tab. Once they click Unlock, the account is unlocked.

The administrator can also check their account’s status via the Windows command line, using the following command:

C:\Program Files\MyQ Central Server\PhpApps\MasterServer\src\EasyConfig>"C:\Program Files\MyQ Central Server\PHP\PHP\php.exe" confcli.exe.php cmdConfig adminUnlock check

To Unlock the account via the Windows command line, they can use the following command:

C:\Program Files\MyQ Central Server\PhpApps\MasterServer\src\EasyConfig>"C:\Program Files\MyQ Central Server\PHP\PHP\php.exe" confcli.exe.php cmdConfig adminUnlock SET unlock