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    Unanswered: password management 11g

    sir/madam ,
    how to change sys password...i changed sys password in system /manger session...but even though sys user working in any passwords...
    can u please tell how to stop that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzantonycbe View Post
    sir/madam ,
    how to change sys password...i changed sys password in system /manger session...but even though sys user working in any passwords...
    can u please tell how to stop that.
    This is normal & expected behaviour when logged onto the OS as the owner of the Oracle software; the value entered for the password is ignored.
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    oracle 11g

    madam/sir
    can you please explain in step by step ........in sys password......changing.......
    i changed in password in system/manager...even though i put any password in sys user..its gets login.....please tell how to stop

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    To allow the database administrator the ability to always get in, sys can be logged into without a password if you are connected to the database server as the account that installed oracle. This is normal behavior and can't be blocked.
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    sys password

    hello sir


    sys password can be changed.....we can set particular password to the sys user.then others password not work......tis information from our dba sir...
    if u intrested i ll say how to do

    by cruz antony

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    Quote Originally Posted by beilstwh View Post
    To allow the database administrator the ability to always get in, sys can be logged into without a password if you are connected to the database server as the account that installed oracle. This is normal behavior and can't be blocked.


    hello sir


    sys password can be changed.....we can set particular password to the sys user.then others password not work......tis information from our dba sir...
    if u intrested i ll say how to do

    by cruz antony

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    Quote Originally Posted by anacedent View Post
    This is normal & expected behaviour when logged onto the OS as the owner of the Oracle software; the value entered for the password is ignored.

    hello sir/madam


    sys password can be changed.....we can set particular password to the sys user.then others password not work......tis information from our dba sir...
    if u intrested i ll say how to do...im so happy to inform tis

    by cruz antony

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    we do not have any problem & therefore need no solution.

    You are the one who came here with a problem.
    If problem is now solved for you, then be satisfied.
    You can lead some folks to knowledge, but you can not make them think.
    The average person thinks he's above average!
    For most folks, they don't know, what they don't know.
    Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anacedent View Post
    we do not have any problem & therefore need no solution.

    You are the one who came here with a problem.
    If problem is now solved for you, then be satisfied.

    Thanks for dbforums........and to you madam....

    have a nice day

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