What is the username / password for my virtual machine?
For Linux / Cloud-Init Based Virtual Machines
When you launch a virtual machine that is cloud-init enabled, a default user will be created, and this user will have no password set. Instead, your SSH key is copied to the VM and you will be able to login to the machine via SSH using the default username. The default username varies between Operating Systems. Here are the usernames for our official images:
- Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 (SWITCHengines) user: ubuntu
- Centos 7 (SWITCHengines) user: centos
- Debian Wheezy 7.2 (SWITCHengines) user: debian
- Fedora 20 (SWITCHengines) user: fedora
where 18.104.22.168 is the public IP adress that you have assigned to the virtual machine.
The reason for this behavior is that a pre-defined password would lead to inherently insecure virtual machines (as each VM ever launched would have the same default password)
For Windows Based Virtual Machines
Either: During the installation of a Windows Server you have to set a password for the enginesadmin accout
Or: Your image already comes with a predefined password
To access the Windows VM, use the RDP protocol and an RDP client or click here for a full guide.