Harald Armin Massa wrote:
> the current Version of PostgreSQL is 8.3.x; you should use that.
> To solve the problem with "> invalid username specified: logon
> failure: unknown username or bad password.", change the password of
> the postgres-user in windows to something you know and specify that
> You can do this via control panel, administration, computer, users and groups.
note, in some Home versions of Windows, you might not be able to get to
the Users and Groups computer management tool.
as an alternative, you can use the command line...
NET USER postgres somenewpassword
then give this password to the postgres installer. this is used as the
'service' password that the postgres service processes run as. its not
used for logging onto postgres as a database user or anything else.
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