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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall

Attention

Barracuda CloudGen Firewall version 8.0 is a cloud-only version. It is currently not available for on-premises deployments and can only be deployed in Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, or Google Cloud Platform public clouds.

How to Change Admin Credentials on Stand-alone Firewalls

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In the Barracuda Firewall Admin settings, you can configure the password and key for administrators of stand-alone CloudGen Firewalls.

Change password for non-root admins

Change the password used to authenticate when connecting to a stand-alone firewall.

  1. In the top left of Barracuda Firewall Admin, click OPTIONS and select Settings.
  2. Expand Admin and CC Settings.
  3. Click the list below the Admin and CC Settings and select Change Admin Credentials for Local Admin (Single Box).
  4. Enter the management IP address as the Box IP Address.
  5. In the Change Administrator Password section enter:
    • Login Name
    • Old Password
    • New Password and Confirm
    change_admin_pwd_01.png
  6. Click Change Password.

Change administrator key for non-root admins

Change the client certificate used to authenticate when connecting to a stand-alone firewall.

  1. In the top left of Barracuda Firewall Admin, click OPTIONS and select Settings.
  2. Expand Admin and CC Settings.
  3. Click the list below the Admin and CC Settings and select Change Admin Credentials for Local Admin (Single Box).
  4. Enter the management IP address as the Box IP Address.Change the Administrator Key:
  5. In the Change Administrator Key section enter the Login Name and Password.
  6. Click Import Public and upload the new certificate.
    change_admin_pwd_02.png
  7. Click Change Admin Key.
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