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if you have a iot core device running

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Posted 1mth ago
by cyberh0me | Superhuman | 107,384 exp
Posted 1mth ago
by cyberh0me | Superhuman | 107,384 exp
you should try to logon to device portal (http://devicename|ip:8080) and use "devicename\Administrator" (devicename should be the real name of your device) as user and use whatever password (not the one you have set...) so for example minwinpc\Administrator as user and fdsasdf as password..
Reply #1 — Posted 1mth ago
by .Peter. | King | 27,303 exp
Reply #1 — Posted 1mth ago
by .Peter. | King | 27,303 exp
oops .... and it works with password iamgroot too ...

you know from the movie ... Gardians of the Galaxy

... good for us it does not apply here Banging Head


My RPI3 with build 14959 is even showing a message that I'm adviced to change my password ...

but does not make much sense, does it .... Shocked
Reply #2 — Posted 1mth ago
by cyberh0me | Superhuman | 107,384 exp
Reply #2 — Posted 1mth ago
by cyberh0me | Superhuman | 107,384 exp
please open Feedback Hub App and search for "windows iot core device portal accepts every password" and upvote and the build you are using under details
Reply #3 — Posted 1mth ago
by cyberh0me | Superhuman | 107,384 exp
Reply #3 — Posted 1mth ago
by cyberh0me | Superhuman | 107,384 exp
Microsoft has reproduced the issue and has accepted the bug (10515916)
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Reply #4 — Posted 1mth ago
by cyberh0me | Superhuman | 107,384 exp
Reply #4 — Posted 1mth ago
by cyberh0me | Superhuman | 107,384 exp
The issue is internal to the authentication by the Device Portal Tool (App available in the developer image distributed by Microsoft) and not the OS image.  This means the scope is limited to the DevicePortalApplication which should not be included in a commercial device.

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