Ias_admin password change

We are facing a problem in 9iAS. We are running Oracle 9.0.2 on Suse Linux (SLES 7). The portal and infrastructure are on different machines.
After successfully deploying the portalTools from pdk90262, encountered the following error while configuring/registering the provider (Repository Target -> 9iAS Infrastructure Database(default)) on "http://<server>:<port>/portalTools/omniPortlet/providers/omniPortlet".
Error: Connection to the 9iAS Infrastructure Database failed by Repository Access APIs. Exception message is access denied (oracle.ias.repository.schemaimpl.CheckRepositoryPermission getSchema)
To get rid of this problem, I used the script resetiASpassword.sh as suggested on Metalink.
$resetiASpasswd.sh "cn=orcladmin" <ias_admin current Password> <Infra_Home>
Quote from Metalink ============>>>
This error would normally occur if the passwords are not in Sync.
Have you changed the iAS_Admin password by any chance after installation. If yes then you need to run the resetiaspassword.bat script by giving the new password for synchronization.
Even if you have not changed the iAS_Admin password you can still run this resetiaspassword.bat script file by giving the existing password also.
Carry out the following steps :
1. Backup the file $Infra_Home/config/ias.properties. This is important as the
resetiASpasswd.bat script would change the settings in this file. In case of any issues later we can revert
it back to the original state.
2. Run the script in $Infra_Home/bin
resetiASpasswd.bat "cn=orcladmin" <ias_admin Password> <Infra_Home>
For Example :
resetiASpasswd.sh "cn=orcladmin" 902_infra e:\902_infra
Once this script is completed re-start you infrastructure and the application instance to check whether the same problem re-occurs.
<<<<================= Unquote
After running the resetiASpassword.sh script, I am unable to stop OEM using emctl utility and failed to start HTTP Server processes also.
$emctl stop
Security Error "Security error: Invalid username/password for em (ias_admin)".
$dcmctl start -ct ohs
Please advice.

I believe that when you run the reset ias password script you have to resync your instance using dcmctl
the command is something like resyncInstance -i yourinstancename
then try restarting ohs.

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