Installation

License Error, unable to change password

CavemanSplunk
Engager

I have Splunk 4.3 for Linux 2.6 kernel on CentOS 6.

I have switched my license to a free one, and the license manager shows this license group properly, and I have restarted Splunk and the OS multiple times.

However when I go to the page to change my password, it says:

Your account
Change full name, email address, default app, timezone or password.

Your account is an Enterprise license-level feature and is currently not available on this instance.

To enable this and other Enterprise features, learn more about licenses at Splunk.com or contact Splunk Sales directly.

Splunkd response: Current license does not allow the requested action

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CavemanSplunk
Engager

Ok. I already had a username and password set so I found a way to remove it.

http://splunk-base.splunk.com/answers/834/how-could-i-reset-the-admin-password

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CavemanSplunk
Engager

Ok. I already had a username and password set so I found a way to remove it.

http://splunk-base.splunk.com/answers/834/how-could-i-reset-the-admin-password

MarioM
Motivator

Splunk Free version has no login or password thus you cannot change password

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