Passwords stored in Chronicall cannot be directly recovered, but they can be changed. If you have normal user access privileges, ask a manager or administrator to help you change your password.
This can be done by going into the User Accounts page from the Chronicall Homepage while logged in as a manager or administrator. Here you can reset any user accounts password.
If you are an administrator and have forgotten your password, you will need to log in to the Chronicall server to reset the Administrator password. Log into a web browser from the Chronicall server, by entering http://localhost:9080/ into the address bar of a web browser like Internet Explorer. (If you specified a different web server port while installing Chronicall, replace 9080 with that port).
Use the credentials below in the web browser session of Chronicall to log in on the Chronicall server.
Once you log in into Chronicall , go to the User Accounts page and change the password for Administrator or any other user. Again, this will only work from the Chronicall server, ensuring that only users who are able to log in to the Chronicall server can reset administrator passwords. This feature is included in all versions of Chronicall from 3.0(11) and up.
By default, the "Administrator" user accounts password is: password. If the password does not work for the Administrator user account, someone with administrator privileges has changes the password.