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Predefined Users

By default, Caché includes the following user accounts:

Predefined User Accounts
Username Purpose
Admin
Administration account.
CSPSystem
Account for the CSP gateway when connecting to Caché through CSP using Caché login.
SuperUser
Account with all system privileges
UnknownUser
Account used by unauthenticated users.
_PUBLIC
A set of privileges assigned to all users.
_SYSTEM
Account to support SQL Access.

In addition, the system creates a “privileged user account” during installation with Normal or Locked Down Security. The user who is installing Caché enters the user name and password during the installation.

Default Passwords:

  • Minimal Security: When Caché is installed with minimal security, all of the default users except _PUBLIC, which has no password and is never enabled, have “SYS” as a default password.

  • Normal Security: When Caché is installed with normal security, all of the default users except _PUBLIC, which has no password and is never enabled, use the privileged user account's password.

  • Locked Down Security: When Caché is installed with locked down security, all of the default users except _PUBLIC and _SYSTEM, which are disabled, use the privileged user account's password.

Note:

The privileges that these predefined users enjoy by default as well as other properties vary with the security level of the Caché installation: minimal, normal, or locked down. With certain restrictions, the default properties of these users can be changed and the user accounts deleted.

For more information on predefined user accounts, read Predefined User Accounts in the Users section of the Caché Security Administration Guide.