I recently reinstalled my os (win 7) and am just trying to tidy up a bit and customize the way everything looks. Upon installing HEM, postgres creates its own user account. However, I can not log into this account even with the correct password. I also tried to change md5 values to trust and still, I can't log into this account. The user account has a picture of a fricken DAISY ....and I am on this sleak, mean looking alienware laptop with alien heads all over the place. I know this is a trivial matter, but if anyone out there knows off the top of their head on how to either change the account picture or hide the account for postgres...then I would like to take advantage and customize my computer to not show one fricken DAISY.
seriously though, if I am using the password for postgres, I don't understand why I am unable to just log into the PG account and change the picture from inside the control panel.
Maybe there is some sort of command line string that I can type to hide/change account/picture? Thanks for taking the time guys. Support for HEM is always top-notch and always appreciated.