In UCCX 8.0 to recover the username and password that you use to access the AppAdmin page you will need to open a case with TAC so they can use the CET tool to assing the username and password, if you know which user its the one configure as Administrator you could try to change the passoword of that user from CUCM.
I think I'll just re-install UCCX as there is only a small amount of config present. I didn't know if this would impact or change the License file already uploaded. The License MAC address is dynamic and documentation indicates that this changes if you change the IP address, meaning you would have to re-register the PAK.
I've now completed the re-install, and despite using same details (IP address, server name, etc) the License Mac has changed and therefore I now have a TAC case open to obtain a new License file. Not sure which would be quicker re-install or the CET Tool route, both would require TAC assistance.
FYI - the appadmin user in 8.x is a user from the Call Manager database. During the install it asks you for an administrative user and you have to pick a user that exists in call manager. You will be able to login to the appadmin page with that user and only that user initially.
As far as the licensing mac changing, it should remain the same as long as all the information you used in the install remains the same. There is actually a utility that you can use to determine what the licensing mac will be prior to running the install. It is useful if you want to get your licenses before going onsite to run the install.It is the CUC answer file generator. http://www.cisco.com/web/cuc_afg/index.html
For UCCX 8.0, during the installation process, after you select the server as first node of the cluster, it asks you to enter application username and password (Don't get confused about the platform username and password it asked earlier than selecting the first node.). That's the one that you are going to use to go through the initial setup process. During the initial setup process, you will be asked to choose a user as appadmin user from CUCM.
One thing to note is the Application user configured during the install is the Username and password that you will need to run the RTMT tool. It would be wise to make sure and note this somewhere during the install.
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