How do I log into Confluence as administrator when LDAP user directory isnt working

Hi,

I am new to Confluence, and in attempting to set up and configure LDAP with our server, I have broken the local user authentication.  I was already able to log in with local accounts, but I made the mistake of changing the order of the local accounts and the Active Directory User Directory I had configured.  As soon as I changed the order, I can no longer sign in as any account, including admin.

Could you please tell me how to fix this.  I am happy to return to local accounts until I resolve the LDAP issue.

Thanks,

Dallas

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