When you have access to the ssh on your server i think you can set an
'master password' 


The Zope administrator account is used, amongst other things, to create
Zope users. One of the first things to do is change the password and add
domain restriction. You can change the Zope administrator ('superuser')
password from the command line with:

# /usr/bin/python /your path/zope/zpasswd.py /your path/zope/access 


search for your zpasswd.py in zope folder, with it you can change or add an
'rescue' user. 

- cs


        From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf
Of Nancy Donnelly
        Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2006 5:10 PM
        To: zope@zope.org
        Subject: [Zope] Help! Can't Log Into ZMI!!
        I added a LDAPUserFolder instance to my Plone. It didn't connect for
whatever reason. I rebooted the server. Now I can't log in! It just hangs.
Actually, I rebooted a day later and did lots of work in between, so it's
not like I could carefully edit the Data.fs. What do I do?

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