Maintenance Menu

To access the Login Enterprise virtual appliance Maintenance Menu, enter the previously defined username and password.

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Once logged in the newly presented menu gives you access to the following options:

  • Logout 
  • Reboot
  • System
  • Updates
  • Network Configuration
  • Troubleshooting

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Logout

Will log the user out of the Maintenance Menu.

Reboot

Will reboot the Login Enterprise Virtual appliance.

System

When selecting the system option you are presented with a list of other functionality:

  • Change the hostname - Changes the hostname from a Virtual Appliance level
  • Change your password - Presents a wizard to change the Admin password of the Virtual Appliance
  • Regenerate self-signed certificates - will regenerate the used self-signed certificate
  • Apply new certificate - Will allow you to add a custom pfx certificate to the Virtual Appliance
  • Change allowed urls - will allow you to add / modify URLS that the virtual appliance should listen too, click here to find how it works

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Updates

The updates option gives you the different options on updating the Login Enterprise Virtual Appliance.

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Network Configuration

Lets you check the network interfaces and routes, as well as change modes

Troubleshooting Options:

4.4.x and higher menu

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4.3.x and lower screenshot

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If you encounter any issues and want to troubleshoot the problem, try the following:

  • Start enable SSH server - Use the SSH server to securely connect to the virtual appliance console
  • Stop and disable SSH server - Will disable SSH server process from running
  • Stop and disable portainer - Disables portainer web service from running (Depricated in 4.4.x)
  • start and enable portainer - Starts and enables the portainer web serivce (Depricated in 4.4.x)
  • Ping - Tests the reachability of the machine on the network
    • type the IP address you would like to ping
    • press Ctrl+C to return to the main menu
  • Show netstat - See all open connections to the virtual appliance
    • press any key to go back to the main menu
  • Show LoginVSI service status: See the status of every container/service
    • press any key to go back to the main menu
  • Restart LoginVSI services - Restarts every container/service
  • Open bash shell - Enables root access to the virtual appliance console
    • type exit to go back to the Troubleshooting Menu
  • Factory reset - Will reset the virtual appliance completely, causing all settings, configurations, data do be permanently deleted. (Depricated in 4.4.x)