Mantis Bug Tracker is a popular web-based tool for tracking bugs. It is written in the PHP scripting language and supports working with a web server and the most popular databases, such as MySQL, MS SQL, and PostgreSQL
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The connection to The connection to Mantis Bug Tracker System Windows 2016 AWS
- First, to connect to Mantis Bug Tracker System, you should open port 80 by the TCP Protocol in the network properties on Azure Firewall.
- To access Mantis Bug Tracker you should go by the link http://ip/mantis in a browser. (Where in the link instead of “ip” type the real IP adreess of the virtual machine or DNS name on Amazon)
When you click on the link, you will see the following:
- By default, there is one user is present in Mantis Bug Tracker, where the login is “administrator” and the password is “root”. In the Username field, you should enter the login – “administrator” and click <Login>. Then you will see the page:
- On the page that is displayed above, in the “Password” field, you should enter the default password “root” and click “Login” to complete the authorization.
- After logging in, it is possible to change the default password “root” at any which is convenient for you.
- In the “Confirm Password” field type “root”.
- In the “New Password” field enter any convenient for you password.
- In the “Confirm Password” field type the new password again.
- Also, you should enter your e-mail address in the “E-mail” field.
To connect via RDP, you must create a password for the connection first. To do this, use the following Guide. On the desktop, there is the file called “Admin_Guide” where is the instruction and the detailed description of how to work with the Mantis Bug Tracker.