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The first time1 you run ressched.exe, it creates the FIRST USER user name with FIRST PASS as its password. This user name has system administrator access and should only be used to create your own system administrator user IDs. Once these new system administrator IDs have been created and tested, you should delete the FIRST USER ID.
On the server, open your preferred browser and enter localhost in the address bar. If you are using an insecure port other than 80, or a secure port other that 443, you must include the port (e.g. localhost:88). You should see the ResSched sign in page. If not, see Trouble Shooting.
Use your new system administrator ID to review and edit your Organization Settings.
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1 If updating from an earlier version of ResSched, your previous user names are still valid and the FIRST USER user name is not created. Existing passwords are retained, but are all upper case.