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The Service Configuration Utility

Allows various simple configuration changes. The default location is:

  • Start Menu -> Programs -> Pleasant Password Server -> Service Configuration

An overview follows, but for more detailed information visit: Service Configuration Utility

Configuration Settings

By default, Pleasant Password Server is configured to run on port 10001 using a self-signed TLS/SSL certificate, storing your password and user data in a SQLite database. These can be modified by using the Service Configuration utility.

Database

Port

Certificate

Migrating Pleasant Password Server from one host to another

Simply follow the backup procedure on the old host and then restore the database on the new host. Your original license can be safely Activated on the new server. See these pages:

Stop, Start, and Restart Password Server 

Before making any configuration changes, you must stop Pleasant Password Server. When you are done, you can restart the service.

Follow these steps to start and stop the service.

  1. Open the Control Panel (Start -> Control Panel).
  2. In the control panel, open Administrative Tools.
  3. From administrative tools, open Services.
  4. In the Services window, find the service named Pleasant Password Server.
  5. Right-click on Pleasant Password Server and choose your action.

Having problems?

Version from 16:33, 29 Sep 2018

This revision modified by CalebMathison (Ban)

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The Service Configuration Utility

Allows various simple configuration changes. The default location is:

  • Start Menu -> Programs -> Pleasant Password Server -> Service Configuration

An overview follows, but for more detailed information visit: Service Configuration Utility

Configuration Settings

By default, Pleasant Password Server is configured to run on port 10001 using a self-signed TLS/SSL certificate, storing your password and user data in a SQLite database. These can be modified by using the Service Configuration utility.

Database

Port

Certificate

Migrating Pleasant Password Server from one host to another

Simply follow the backup procedure on the old host and then restore the database on the new host. See these pages:

Stop, Start, and Restart Password Server 

Before making any configuration changes, you must stop Pleasant Password Server. When you are done, you can restart the service.

Follow these steps to start and stop the service.

  1. Open the Control Panel (Start -> Control Panel).
  2. In the control panel, open Administrative Tools.
  3. From administrative tools, open Services.
  4. In the Services window, find the service named Pleasant Password Server.
  5. Right-click on Pleasant Password Server and choose your action.

Having problems?

Version as of 20:55, 4 Feb 2019

This revision modified by CalebMathison (Ban)

Have Questions?  Contact Us

The Service Configuration Utility

Allows various simple configuration changes. The default location is:

  • Start Menu -> Programs -> Pleasant Password Server -> Service Configuration

An overview follows, but for more detailed information visit: Service Configuration Utility

Configuration Settings

By default, Pleasant Password Server is configured to run on port 10001 using a self-signed TLS/SSL certificate, storing your password and user data in a SQLite database. These can be modified by using the Service Configuration utility.

Database

Port

Certificate

Migrating Pleasant Password Server from one host to another

Simply follow the backup procedure on the old host and then restore the database on the new host. Your original license can be safely Activated on the new server. See these pages:

Stop, Start, and Restart Password Server 

Before making any configuration changes, you must stop Pleasant Password Server. When you are done, you can restart the service.

Follow these steps to start and stop the service.

  1. Open the Control Panel (Start -> Control Panel).
  2. In the control panel, open Administrative Tools.
  3. From administrative tools, open Services.
  4. In the Services window, find the service named Pleasant Password Server.
  5. Right-click on Pleasant Password Server and choose your action.

Having problems?