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So not sure how it happened but the Adaxes web interface is connected to my domain admin account. When I tried to change it everything went down. Were are all the locations this password is store on the server? Thanks

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Hello,

The account of Adaxes default service administrator that is used to run Adaxes service cannot be changed as simple as that. To change the default administrator account, you need to reinstall Adaxes. When installing Adaxes anew, you need to specify the new Adaxes default service administrator.

When reinstalling, we recommend that you follow the procedures specified in section Upgrade to New Version of our Installation Notes (with the only exception that yo can use the same version of Adaxes as you have right now).

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Just to clarify if I did an upgrade to the newest version of Adaxes it could cause issues? And not to do an upgrade but to leave it the same version I am using? Thanks

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Hello,

No, it won't cause any issues.. You can leave the same version as you are using.

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