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Create Locally Authenticated Admin User via Command Line
In the event that our LDAP authentication fails for whatever reason is there any way via the command line to create a locally authenticated admin account so that we could logged back into the application GUI?
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If for some reason connectivity started failing to our corprate ldap systems for logon authentication having the ability to create a locally authenticated admin user via the command line would be beneficial in emergency situations. This would give us the ability to make emergency changes during the period when our connectivity to ldap was down.
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