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  1. Create a new file in the <PRODUCT_HOME> directory. The file should be named according to your OS as explained below.
    • For Linux: The file name should be password-tmp.
    • For Windows: The file name should be password-tmp.txt.
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    When you start the server (see step 3 below), the keystore password will be picked from this new file. Note that this file is automatically deleted from the file system after the server starts. Therefore, the admin has to create a new text file for every startup instanceevery time the server starts.

    Alternatively, if you want to retain the password file after the server starts, the file should be named as follows:

    • For Linux: The file name should be password-persist.
    • For Windows: The file name should be password-persist.txt.
  2. Add "wso2carbon" (the primary keystore password) to the new file and save. By default, the password provider assumes that both private key and keystore passwords are the same. If not, the private key password must be entered in the second line of the file.
  3. Now, start the server as a background process by running the following command.

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    ./wso2server.sh start
  4. Start the server by running the product start-up script from the <PRODUCT_HOME>/bin/ directory by executing the following command:

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    daemon. sh wso2server.sh -start