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Try to set SetDomainEnv.sh first before running Security utility on weblogic side.
use . .\setDomainEnv.sh
execute following command.
java weblogic.security.utils.AdminAccount admin admin .
that should work for you.
I have done that before, and reseted the environment variable too, but it didn't work.
Then try this one again.
1. Make sure WebLogic instance is down.
2. Set your environment variables using setDomainEnv.sh.
3. cd to security directory in your instance.
java weblogic.security.utils.AdminAccount admin_user admin_pass .
Now this time it should work.
Hi, Kal. Thanks for giving help, the problem is resolved
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