As a user in a Primavera P6 Professional SQL database, your login credentials would have been created by the administrator during database implementation. However, as a user within a database, you can change this password at any time to fit your needs. 

If you’re using a standalone SQLLite database, you can also use this method to adjust your user credentials.

To change your password in Primavera P6 Professional, select the Edit menu…

Access Preferences in the Revu menu in Bluebeam Revu 2019

…and click on User Preferences.

Access Preferences in the Revu menu in Bluebeam Revu 2019

In the User Preferences window, select the Password tab.

Access Preferences in the Revu menu in Bluebeam Revu 2019

Then, select the Password button.

Access Preferences in the Revu menu in Bluebeam Revu 2019

Next, you will need to enter in your current password, along with your desired new one. 

Access Preferences in the Revu menu in Bluebeam Revu 2019

Once you select OK, a confirmation window will appear to let you know that the password was successfully changed.

Access Preferences in the Revu menu in Bluebeam Revu 2019

It’s important to note that this method of changing your user password will only work if you know your current one – if you have forgotten your current password, you will need to contact your database’s administrator to have them adjust it for you.

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Lauren Hecker is the Primavera P6 Professional instructor for Taradigm. To see her next open enrollment course, please visit our calendar. To schedule an onsite or custom course, please contact us!

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