Admin login details - not working via WebGUI, but works fine via SSH. Thoughts?

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Unable to login to SZ100 using admin login credentials. 
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Martin, Official Rep

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For this please open a case with Ruckus support.

Do you have a recent configuration backup?


Kind regards
Martin

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David Black

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Did you prefix the address with “https://“ and append the port number to the end “:8443” ? Example if the SZ address is 10.16.4.10, you need to enter https://10.16.4.10:8443
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Skaap2.0

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Hi David, the WEB GUI loads fine. No issues there, just Admin login details doesn't seem to work. when trying to login.
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Charles Sprickman

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I'm not familiar with that device, but the login screen on some of the Ruckus products is totally broken in some browsers.  Specifically I've run into this on standalone APs. In Chrome, typing the correct password repeatedly results in a failed login (all extensions disabled). Switch to Firefox and in on the first try.

A long shot, but if it's the same frontend code, avoid chrome...
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Could be this issue:  https://support.ruckuswireless.com/articles/000001909
I recently ran into this trying to log in into a factory defaulted AP.
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David Black

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If the problem is with an additional admin account that you created after setup was complete, the issue could be that the account does not have an assigned role.  Provided that the super admin account that you created during the setup wizard still works, login and go to:
Administration
Admins and Roles
If needed, click the 2nd tab "Administrators" and create the new account (name, password, etc)
Next click the 1st tab "Create User Group"
Give the group a name (eg SZ Admins)
Assign the permission level (AP Admin, GuestPass Admin, Network Admin, Super Admin, etc...)
Assign the Resources that the group will have access to (SZ, APs, other admin accounts, etc)
Assign the new account that you created earlier to the group

The above is for newer versions (maybe 3.4 and later I think...).  If you're running an older version of SZ code (maybe 3.2 or earlier), the process is a little different.

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Hi David,

This is what seems to have happened, but i'm unable to login with the Super Admin details. a 2nd Admin account was created with read only rights. since then i've been told the Super Admin doesn't work. Is there away to delete the 2nd account via cli?