To change the admin password you must be logged as admin (or someone with admin privileges), to do so, you must type the "old password" to login first in the UCS Manager, it's a java application protected by ssl encryption in the network.
Could be a problem just if your pc already logged in UCSM have a rogue access.
To change password you do have to ligin in to UCS Manager first, could be problem if your system already logged in UCSM and someone have a rogue access. You can avoid this by locking your screen\computer while you are not on seat or not using it. Almost all OS provide this feature.Also you can logout from UCS manager
This is what I was referring, when we log in as Admin and if I need to change the Admin password, the GUI doesn't list/prompt for old password. A person who gets to know Admin password can change Admin password with any problems. I feel it should list for old password!!
This document will provide screenshots to outline the steps to setup
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