How to specify built-in account name and password to start INFINI Console #
- Download and install the latest version of INFINI Console
- Enable INFINI Console Security Features
INFINI Console built-in account #
INFINI Console has a built-in administrator account with security turned on.
Without specifying an account name and password, INFINI Console defaults to the built-in account’s username and password as
Specify the account name and password to start INFINI Console #
INFINI Console supports the use of environment variables to specify the account name and password to start. The following takes the Macos operating system as an example:
BOOTSTRAP_USERNAME=admin BOOTSTRAP_PASSWORD=123456 ./console-mac-amd64
disable built-in accounts #
Due to the use of built-in accounts, there may be security risks, such as simple password settings. So when we use the built-in account After logging in to the INFINI Console to create a new administrator account, you can log in with the new administrator account, and then Disable built-in accounts in System > Security Settings. After disabling it, you cannot use the built-in account to log in to the INFINI Console.
Create admin account #
INFINI Console has a built-in administrator role
Administrator, which is assigned when a new user is created, and the new user has administrator privileges.
Click the left menu of INFINI Console System > Security Settings, select the User Tab page to enter the Account Management page. Then click the New button to enter the Create User page
- Input username
- role selection
- Click the save button to submit
- Save the initial password after successful saving for backup
Disable built-in user with newly created admin #
root user and password created in the previous step to log in to the INFINI Console, and then turn on the disable built-in account switch in System > Security Settings. When you see the following interface, the operation is successful.