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How To Reset your QMetry Password from Backend

Log on to QMetry Server and execute the following commands:

For Windows: Open Command Prompt with Admin Privileges:

C:\mysql\bin\mysql -u[username] -p[password]
mysql > USE [qmetry_DB_name];
mysql > UPDATE user SET userPassword='e4067d93a2857a30c179703a19816664a96d881d2afd35f32a66f93ce8d87d61bfae8c5d1aad9e9c5498120b285926117018d1380c8ce3d1e544884acab9eb8e' WHERE loginid ='admin';
mysql> exit;

For Linux: Open terminal with root privileges:

/opt/mysql/bin/mysql -u[username] -p[password]
mysql > USE [qmetry_DB_name];
mysql > UPDATE user SET userPassword='e4067d93a2857a30c179703a19816664a96d881d2afd35f32a66f93ce8d87d61bfae8c5d1aad9e9c5498120b285926117018d1380c8ce3d1e544884acab9eb8e' WHERE loginid ='admin';
mysql> exit;

This will reset your QMetry Admin password to qmetry@123

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