I managed to install confluence server (+ Postgres DB) but logging in using the admin credentials worked just once.
For reasons I do not know, the admin credentials are not accepted any longer without having changed anything to the installation. I can't log in to conflunce - accordingly I cannot set up any other regular (non-admin) user as well.
So I wonder whether there is a chance to add/reset or re-create the admin (or any other) user just by utilizing the comand line (DOS-Box/Powershell)?
Or is there a chance, to directly add or change the user related content of the database tables?
If so, can you please provide a Syntax-Sample?
Any hint is highly appreciated.
Looking forward to your answers.
Thank You. K.rgds. Jörg.
You could poke a new password into the database with SQL from a command line too, but you'll need to stop Confluence before doing it anyway, so you might as well just go with the admin recovery in the doc.
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