- Plesk for Windows
There is no access to Files tab on subscription.
Trying to change password for subscription an error appears in Plesk:
PLESK_ERROR: Internal error: filemng failed: Unable to logon user (domain\user):
(1326) Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password. (Error code 1)
PLESK_ERROR: Internal error: Unable to find the directory
(1326) The user name or password is incorrect.
Message filemng failed: Unable to logon user (domain\user): (1326) Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password. (Error code 1)
The following error may occur:
PLESK_ERROR: Error: The following system user attributes were not changed: passwd (Unable to execute usermng: User 'user' doesn't exist. (Error code 1))
Trying to access File Manager:
PLESK_ERROR: Internal error: Unable to find the directory C:\inetpab\vhosts\example.com\: filemng failed: Unable to logon user (U19419486\<username>): (1326) The user name or password is incorrect. at LogonUser(U19419486\<username>)(CClientProfile::logon line 146) at Plesk impersonation(PipeServer::ServerThread::impersonateWithoutProfile line 787) at execute "C:\Program Files (x86)\Parallels\Plesk\admin\bin\filemng.exe" <username> list dirs "C:\inetpab\vhosts\example.com\"(RunTime::RunAsUser::run line 221) (Error code 1)
Corrupted system user or inconsistency of system users and Plesk DB users.
Connect to the server via RDP.
Open Command Prompt (Admin).
If the issue affects only one subscription use the following command:
C:\> "%plesk_cli%\repair" --repair-webspace-system-users -webspace-name example.com
If this issue affects all subscriptions run the following commands:
- To synchronize Plesk and OS users:
C:\> "%plesk_cli%\repair" --synchronize-impersonation-storage
- To repair accounts:
C:\> "%plesk_cli%\repair" --repair-all-webspaces-system-users
If synchronization fails with errors like:
PLESK_INFO: ERR: Unable to execute usermng: Unable to change the user (username) password: (2245) The password does not meet the password policy requirements. Check the minimum password length, password complexity and password history requirements.
Perform the following:
Open Start > Control Panel > System & Security > Administrative Tools > Local Security Policy.
Navigate to Account Policies > Password Policy.
Disable option Password must meet complexity requirements.
Perform the step #4.