The file storing the credentials is at ajaxplorer Root/data/plugins/auth.serial/users.ser
Open users.ser in a text editor.
You will see something like:
Note the long string after admin. In the example, it is 56667e63ce1b1b92ceae65048dd5df00d
Change it to known encoded string.
For a test password of ‘qnap2012’, the password will be ‘9d2d363ce1b1b92ceae65048dd5df00d’.
For the password ‘password’, the encoded string is ‘5f4dcc3b5aa765d61d8327deb882cf99’
Finally the file looks like this:
Now you can login with admin/qnap2012 and reset the password.
Other related help regarding Ajaxplorer
Note that the default home folder for each user is created at [AJAXplorerRoot]/data/personal/[USERNAME]/
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