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If you're talking about the vSphere ESXi, the default local user is root, but there is no default password, during the installation a password must be defined. Old vSphere ESXi versions can be installed without the root password, but to connected through the vSphere Client, the root password must be defined after the installation.How do I copy an ESXi host's Password?
If you have more than one ESXi host and you know the password of at least one ESXi host, you can just copy the /etc/shadow file from the ESXi host whose password you know to the ESXi host whose password you have forgotten. If you have only one ESXi host and you cannot remember its ESXi root password, you can also use this method.What happens if I Forget my ESXi root password?
Let's read! When installing the ESXi hypervisor, a root password is set. However, if forgotten, administrators cannot change it from the ESXi default. How can this happen, you may ask? In essence, after configuring the ESXi server, the system administrator may not log into the ESXi server for a long time.Why can't I log in to the ESXi Server?
When an ESXi server is set up and configured, everything is working correctly, a system administrator may not log in to the ESXi server for a long time. The ESXi host can be restarted sometimes after power failures or some other issues. However, the password is not required if you are not going to reboot the ESXi host from the ESXi console.