You login as admin, click the top right corner, click "profile", click "administer user", and change the password there. This however only works if you only use a local user directory or a read/write configured AD/LDAP server. If you use a JIRA user server, you have to login to JIRA and change it there. Not sure how it works with proper crowd integration. Hope i have answered your one-liner question. As always the more you tell us, the better the answer, so spend a minute typing instead of spending hours waiting for a random "might-help-a-little-answer"..
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