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Reset account password in Amazon Redshift

by | Aug 6, 2021

Wondering how to reset account password in Amazon Redshift? We can help you.

At Bobcares we assist our customers with several AWS queries as part of our AWS Support Services for AWS users, and online service providers.

Today, let us discuss how our Support Techs worked on this Redshift query.

 

How to reset account password in Amazon Redshift?

Today, let us see the steps followed by our Support Techs to reset different Amazon Passwords.

Reset a standard user account password

To change the password for a standard user account, perform the following steps:

Please note you must have superuser(or adminuser) account credentials.

1.Firstly, sign in to the AWS Management Console using superuser credentials.

2.Then, open the Amazon Redshift console.

3.Run the ALTER USER command and enter your desired password:

ALTER USER username password ‘password’;(

4.Finally, log back in to Amazon Redshift using the new account password to verify the updated password.

 

Reset the superuser account password

To change the superuser password using the Amazon Redshift console, perform the following steps:

1.Firstly, sign in to the AWS Management Console.

2.Then, open the Amazon Redshift console.

3.Next, choose Clusters.

4.Then, select your Amazon Redshift cluster.

5.Choose Actions.

6.From the drop-down menu, choose Change master user password.

7.Enter a new user password.

8.Choose Save. Your admin account password is now modified.

9.Log back in to Amazon Redshift using the new account password to verify the updated password.

 

Reset the superuser account password using the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI)

1.Firstly, configure the AWS CLI.

2.Run the modify-cluster command and enter your desired password:

aws redshift modify-cluster –cluster-identifier <identifier-for-the cluster> –master-user-password ‘master-password’;

3.Log back in to Amazon Redshift using the new account password to verify the updated password.

 

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Conclusion

In short, today we saw how our  Support Techs reset account password in Amazon Redshift.

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