You canfrom any computer by using a web browser. Two default accounts are available for logging on to BMC Network Automation, the system administrator account and the guest account. When you have finished using the application server, you can . Click the on the main dashboard to view the online technical documentation.
Enter the URL in the following format:
The protocol can be http or https, depending upon the web server configuration (see Installing the application server on Windows or Installing the application server on Linux).
The port is not required if the product is installed with the default port (for example, 80 for unencrypted HTTP, 443 for HTTPS).
If you configured your application server to use local authentication, you can log in using one of the default accounts:
If you configured your application server to use remote authentication (for example, Microsoft Active Directory, TACACS+, or RADIUS), use the account specified as Admin User Name during installation. This account must be a valid account configured in your remote authentication server.
When installed to authenticate against Active Directory, the system supports authentication of user accounts that exist in multiple Active Directory servers within an AD Forest by allowing the user to provide the domain qualifier in the login username.
Both domain\username and username@domain formats are supported.
If you have logged on to the application server and the BMC Network Automation web server service is restarted, the following error message appears when you try to log on to the application server again:
HTTP Status 400 - Invalid direct reference to form login page.
To resolve the issue, close the browser, and launch it again to access the application server.
When you have finished using the application server, click Logout. The server automatically terminates idle sessions depending on the inactivity/idle time specified under Admin > System Parameters. The default value is 30 minutes.
The BMC Network Automation online technical documentation is available by clicking the Help link on the main dashboard. To access the local HTML help (also called offline help), see Installing local HTML help.