Signing on to the administrative console - PingAuthorize - 10.0

PingAuthorize 10.0

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After deploying or installing the server, access the administrative console to verify the server configuration and manage the server settings.

Signing on to the administrative console (Docker deployment)

When using Docker containers, the containers must be on the same Docker network to communicate properly.

  1. Start the PingDataConsole.

    The following command uses the ~/.pingidentity/config environment file to configure common environment variables. See Get Started.

    docker run \
       --env-file ~/.pingidentity/config \
       --name pingdataconsole \
       --detach \
       --publish 5443:8443 \
       --tmpfs /run/secrets \
       pingidentity/pingdataconsole:<TAG>

    The Docker image <TAG> used in the example is only a placeholder. For actual tag values, see Docker Hub (https://hub.docker.com/r/pingidentity/pingdataconsole).

  2. Sign on using the information in the following table.
    Description Details

    URL

    https://localhost:${HTTPS_PORT}/console/login

    Details to enter at login

    Server: pingauthorize:1636

    Username: administrator

    Password: 2FederateM0re

    Note:

    If submitting the form results in a "Server unavailable" error, wait longer for the containers to reach an equilibrium "healthy" state, as described in Verifying proper startup.

Signing on to the administrative console (manual installation)

  1. To access the administrative console, go to https://<host>:<port>/console/login.

    The default port is 8443.

  2. To sign on to the administrative console, use the initial root user distinguished name (DN) and root user password specified during setup.

    The default DN is cn=Directory Manager.