Default user accounts on a Streamvault™ appliance - SVA-100E | SVA-101E | SV-100E | SV-300E | SV-300E-T4 16.4

Streamvault™ Appliance 16.4 Quick Start Guide

SVA-100E | SVA-101E | SV-100E | SV-300E | SV-300E-T4 16.4

The first time your Streamvault™ appliance starts, the Windows Admin and Operator user accounts are created. These accounts have different access rights, and default passwords. Server Admin also has a default password.

The following default passwords are for initial login. During setup, you create your own password for Config Tool and Security Desk.
Username Default password Access granted to Access denied for
Admin admin Full system access:
  • Windows: all system and administrative features
  • Security Center
  • SV Control Panel
Not applicable
Operator operator
  • Recycle Bin
  • Libraries
  • My Computer
  • C: drive
  • SV Control Panel home page, Configuration page Regional settings only, About page
  • Server Admin: requires Admin password for full rights
  • Windows: shut down and restart
  • System settings
  • Video partition
Not applicable genetecfactory Server Admin Not applicable until the SV Control Panel are completed.
NOTE: This option is unavailable for Workstation appliances.
To change the passwords for your Windows user account, client application, or Server Admin, log on to SV Control Panel using your Windows Admin user account. On the Configuration page, in the User account settings section, you can manage all your passwords.
NOTE: The Operator account is not created with a template. If you create a new user account, they will not have the same restrictions by default.

Security Center Server Admin

  • Only Admin users can log on to Server Admin.
  • To log on from your local machine, click the Server Admin shortcut on your desktop.
  • To log on to Server Admin from a remote machine, you must know the server’s DNS name or IP address, the web server port, and the server password. When you enter the default password, you are prompted to change it.
IMPORTANT: To ensure the security of your system, immediately change all default passwords. Use industry best practices for creating strong passwords.