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MySQL treats unknown username as anonymous user, so check for any lines in user-table that have empty string in the username column. Removing these, or setting the password, will prevent logging in without password. You can check if you are connected as anonymous user with SELECT CURRENT_USER().


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I have read about ADMT but doesnt work on 2012 and 2008 as far as i can tell.... any suggestions? This is no longer the case. You can install the latest ADMT 3.2 and PES 3.1 bits on 2012 and 2012 R2 as well as migrating to 2012/2012 R2 based domains with it. This is your tool of choice. That said, as @voretaq7 has pointed out, you seem to have larger ...


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UPDATED You can now run ADMT 3.2 ON server 2012 and 2012 R2 You are right that ADMT 3.2 and PES 3.1 cannot be installed on a Windows Server 2012 box; however, you can install a Windows Server 2008 R2 domain controller (and still run 2008 forest functional level) in SiteC and run ADMT 3.2 from there. ADMT is ran from the target domain, not the source. Next, ...


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You can enforce users to update their password at next login with: chage -d 0 username1 chage -d 0 username2 ... so that they move to sha512 hash.


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Where would I look to try to fix this set-up? At your backups.


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You shouldn't need to convert the passwords, the system should be able to use the old hash system. It's a good idea though to encourage users to change their passwords so that it's stored in a newer, better format in the future. Conversion from MD5 to SHA is not possible because the hashing is not reversible - the system works not by decrypting the ...



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