-- me(at)alternize(dot)com wrote:
> the first one is the password for the pgsql service
> account - you can change
> it through the windows user manager, but don't
> forget to also change the
> service identity in the service manager console once
> you do so.
thanks for the information. i'm using winxp home and
i have no clue how to get to the windows service
manager. i went to start -> control panel -> User
Accounts, but only saw the normal account like owner
and guest. i didn't see anything related to pgsql.
i went to administrative tools, but nothing indicated
it related to users.
is windows service manager on winxp pro only? can
this be managed on winxp home?
since i can't find windows service manager, i can't
change the password.
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