I've noticed that the security set for the User Management File (Users.ini) is absurd as when the users.ini file is deleted, the teststsand creates a new Users.ini file with a reset administrator user. And it was noticed that the newly created cfg file contains the administrator user with no password is created. I has a doubt.
1. Can the Users.ini file can be secured using Teststand itself, which I meant that can we give some unique password to the newly created administrator user as login apart from blank password.
I opt to secure the file using windows credentials. but a help to set a password for default user will be appreciated.