hpDaelat Easy fix. Go to http://your-mail.domain.com/chat
Once there, sign-up for an account. Be sure to set the username as 'admin', and also make sure you select a password at least 10 characters. If on unix, I'd just do
'pwgen -s 16 1'. After you login, take the password you just created, and edit
/etc/grommunio-admin-api/conf.d/chat.yml and change the password there. Afterwards, run
systemctl restart grommunio-admin-api and all should work properly.
You can verify my logging into your grommunio host, and 'sudo mysql' (this so you are logged in as root, by default grommunio does not set a mysql root password). Then:
select Id,Username,Roles from Users;
If you do this before you setup the admin user, it should return 0 rows. After you create the account, the admin user will be there. If the admin user is there, but does NOT have the
system_admin system_user set in Roles, then you can manually add it with an insert command.