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2015-10-01 16:43:08 +0200 asked a question How to run LocalScriptsPlugin on next boot again?

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I've tried to use return codes (1002) in local scripts, but it didn't work. I use Cloudbase-init 0.98, does it support return codes for localscriptsplugin?

Thanks a lot!

2015-10-01 14:35:01 +0200 commented answer How to change admin password for windows openstack instance

Thank you, your answer was very helpfull. But there is a kind of issue that I can't use userdata-scripts for openstack instances booted with no nova option `--user-data`. I've tried local scripts with LocalScriptsPlugin but id does not understand exit codes.

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2015-09-11 16:07:15 +0200 asked a question How to change admin password for windows openstack instance

Hello! When I create a windows instance I can set admin password via nova boot --meta. If I didn't use --meta admin_pass administrator password generates randomly and in that case I can't find out what is the password. Is it possible to change Administrator's password for windows openstack instance if, I can't login and change registry key? Are there any other ways to force execute set password plugin than making changes in windows registry?

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2015-09-11 16:06:09 +0200 asked a question How to change admin password for windows openstack instance

Hello! When I create a windows instance I can set admin password via nova boot --meta. If I didn't use --meta admin_pass administrator password generates randomly and in that case I can't find out what is the password. Is it possible to change Administrator's password for windows openstack instance if, I can't login and change registry key? Are there any other ways to force execute set password plugin than making changes in windows registry?

Thanks!