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    When start oracle database i am getting a message box to enter internal password. Any one knows the internal password?
    Kishor

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    oracle by default unless you set it another way

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    Did you change the password of user SYS? If yes, use that one

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    Under UNIX, if you are in the DBA group, password for internal is not needed. Under NT, if you are the DBA, you may decide if you want internal to be prompted for a password.


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    if you are working on NT server then serch for init.ora file.
    the open that file and make remote_authentication _password
    parameter to exclusive. then start the database it will not ask
    for the internal password. If you are working in UNIX platform then comment that line.
    Or create pasword file in $ORACLE_HOME/dbs using orapwd
    give the passwod.


    san

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    if you are working on NT server then search for init.ora file.
    the open that file and make remote_authentication _password
    parameter to exclusive. then start the database it will not ask
    for the internal password. If you are working in UNIX platform then comment that line.
    Or create pasword file in $ORACLE_HOME/dbs using orapwd
    give the passwod.


    san

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    I am sorry - it is remote_login_passwordfile parameter.
    san

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