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You can change from backend database.
Step-1: Connect to that database from terminal or user interface
Step-2: Fire update query
Example (in terminal)
1. Please type this command in terminal sudo su postgres
2. Then they will ask system password, Please enter it.
3. Then you will to write psql your_database_name
4. Fire that query, update res_users set password = 'Your new password' where login = 'Your_login_name';
Hope this help for you.
Ankit H Gandhi.
Please be more specific. Do you try to login as admin user?
If the login for a non-admin user does not work, login as admin, go to "Settings/Users" and change the password of the corresponding user. If you forgot the correct admin password and are not able to login as admin, then this may help you:https://github.com/odoo/odoo/issues/9806
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