A fresh installation of the Ark console includes a PostgreSQL installation that is used to manage the console; the management database is named postgres. By default, the database superuser has the following connection credentials:name: postgrespassword: 0f42d1934a1a19f3d25d6288f2a3272c6143fc5dYou should change the password on the PostgreSQL server to a unique password (known only to trusted users). You can set the password when you deploy the console or modify the password later on the Edit Installation Properties dialog. To open the Edit Installation Properties dialog, navigate to the Admin tab of the Ark console and click the Edit Installation Properties button.
• Use the DB User New Password field to modify the database password.
• Use the DB User Confirm Password field to confirm the new password.After providing a new password and confirming the password, click the Save button. The console will inform you that it needs to restart the server to complete the password change.Click the Restart button. When the restart is complete, you will be required to log in to the server again.Please note: if you modify the password of the Ark console, the password of the PEM server that resides on the Ark console will change as well. When using the PEM web interface to connect to the PEM server, use the password assigned to the Ark console.