Changes the password for the current or specified Juju user.
juju change-user-password [options] [username]
||Controller to operate in|
||false||don’t prompt for password and just read a line from stdin|
||false||Reset user password|
juju change-user-password juju change-user-password bob juju change-user-password bob --reset juju change-user-password -c another-known-controller juju change-user-password bob --controller another-known-controller
The user is, by default, the current user. The latter can be confirmed with
juju show-user command.
If no controller is specified, the current controller will be used.
A controller administrator can change the password for another user by providing desired username as an argument.
A controller administrator can also reset the password with a --reset option.
This will invalidate any passwords that were previously set
and registration strings that were previously issued for a user.
This option will issue a new registration string to be used with