how I can to reset twonky server password on Zyxel NSA325 V2

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bavbas
bavbas Posts: 5  Freshman Member
edited December 2017 in Personal Cloud Storage
Hello, I forget twonky server password :(
This instruction is not working
https://www.qnap.com/en/how-to/faq/article/i-forgot-my-user-name-and-password-for-twonky-server-is-there-a-way-to-reset-them
 error -   cd: can't cd to /mnt/hda_root/twonkymedia

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  • Mihawk
    Mihawk Posts: 103  Ally Member
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    Hi, 
    You can find the config file at /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia as twonkyserver.ini
    Try this file and remove your password.
  • Mihawk
    Mihawk Posts: 103  Ally Member
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    Through telnet/ssh, you can use following syntax to copy and move the file.
    But you should remeber to backup the original file to prevent if any un-expect situation.

    backup: cp #cp  /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia/twonkyserver.ini /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia/twonkyserver2.ini 
    #cp  /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia/twonkyserver.ini /i-data/md0/xxxxxx

    access the shared folder via CIFS/SMB and modify the file with note/notepad.....

    #cp /i-data/md0/xxxxxx/twonkyserver.ini /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia/
    and you may need to restart twonky service.

  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,639  Guru Member
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    If you have ssh enabled on your NAS, you can use WinSCP to access the filesystem on the NAS.

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  • Mihawk
    Mihawk Posts: 103  Ally Member
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    Hi, 
    You can find the config file at /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia as twonkyserver.ini
    Try this file and remove your password.
  • bavbas
    bavbas Posts: 5  Freshman Member
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    how I can access this file?
  • Mihawk
    Mihawk Posts: 103  Ally Member
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    you mean modify?
    if yes, you can open it with note/notepad/notepad++, some editor tool.
    remember to backup the original file.
  • bavbas
    bavbas Posts: 5  Freshman Member
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     can't find him from windows....... his is in linux file system in nas325
    I can connect to NAS via telnet or ssh, but I don't know linux syntax
  • Mihawk
    Mihawk Posts: 103  Ally Member
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    Through telnet/ssh, you can use following syntax to copy and move the file.
    But you should remeber to backup the original file to prevent if any un-expect situation.

    backup: cp #cp  /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia/twonkyserver.ini /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia/twonkyserver2.ini 
    #cp  /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia/twonkyserver.ini /i-data/md0/xxxxxx

    access the shared folder via CIFS/SMB and modify the file with note/notepad.....

    #cp /i-data/md0/xxxxxx/twonkyserver.ini /i-data/md0/.media/twonkymedia/
    and you may need to restart twonky service.

  • bavbas
    bavbas Posts: 5  Freshman Member
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    thank you,I will try this at home  :) 
  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,639  Guru Member
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    If you have ssh enabled on your NAS, you can use WinSCP to access the filesystem on the NAS.
  • bavbas
    bavbas Posts: 5  Freshman Member
    edited December 2017
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    thanks all, problem resolved  :)
  • Mendryz
    Mendryz Posts: 1
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    How did you resolve this having issues please........

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