FAQ
I understand that you must change the password on the host itself first,
then change the password in /etc/puppet/modules/users/manifests/init.pp

what makes the password encrypted? Do i just put the non-encrypted new root
password in the following sections? then puppet encrypts it?


lass users {
case $operatingsystem {
'RedHat', 'CentOS': {
user {
"root":
comment => '[ROOT]',
uid => 0,
gid => "root",
home => "/root",

password => $ ? {
4 => '',
5 => '',
6 => '',




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