TIP: How to determine your Tenant ID, and Tenant Username & Password

Shahid M
Shahid M E mod
edited November 1, 2023 in IM Services #1

Accessing OpenText APIs require you to know your Tenant ID, and Tenant Username and Password. If you were not able to capture these during the Trial signup, here is another way to find these out.

1. Login to your Developer account on developer.opentext.com.
2. Select Console - OpenText NABT from the dropdown menu. This will take you to the Admin Center.
3. On the left-hand side, select Tenants, then select the tenant ('Tenant 1' if you haven't changed the name).
4. You will find the Tenant ID listed on the top of the page.
5. In the top right corner, click on your profile icon (circle with your first initial). This will reveal your Tenant Username. Tenant Password is not display anywhere for security reasons, but you can select 'Reset tenant password' option to change your password.

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  • Chris_Wynder
    Chris_Wynder Moderator, E mod

    Here is a step-by-step guide that you can use to help ensure your sign-up works. The process is a little convoluted.

    As we provide developers full access to all features in the services as part of the trial we have stringent security protocols.

    We know it is not 100% straightforward- we are working on simplifying the experience- but at this time because we are giving you access to the same services that we use to build our software and we also use with our strategic partners it requires secure access.

    Chris Wynder

    Chris is a Director of Product Marketing working with our Developer product team and community. He has a wealth of information management knowledge, particularly in highly regulated industries. He shares his deep belief in analysis and taxonomy as the basis of good information governance in his blogs.