If you have created additional users in your Oracle Cloud Account, you can reset the password for those users.
Cloud Account with Identity Cloud Service
You can use Oracle Identity Cloud Service to reset the password for a user account. When you request a password change, Oracle Identity Cloud Service sends a notification to the user so that the user can provide a new password for the account. In the Identity Cloud Service console, click Users. Select the check box for each user account for which you want to reset the password. Click More, and then click Reset Password.
For more information, see Resetting Passwords in Managing and Monitoring Oracle Cloud.
Traditional Cloud Account
Only identity domain administrators can reset the passwords of other users, and only the passwords of users in their designated identity domains. If an identity domain administrator resets your password, the password is temporary. The system prompts you to change your temporary password on your next sign-in. Sign in to Infrastructure Classic Console or Applications Console. Be sure to specify the appropriate identity domain. Open the navigation menu. Under Account Management, click Users. The User Management page appears. Locate and select the user in the list, and then click Reset Password.
For more information, see Resetting User Passwords in Managing and Monitoring Oracle Cloud.
If you're an administrator, you can create or reset another user's password. Go to Admin, click Users. Locate and select the user in the list, and then click Change Password.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
If you're an administrator, you can create or reset another user's password. Go to Infrastructure Console, click Identity, and then click Users. Locate the user in the list, and then click the user's name to view / change the details. Resetting the password creates a new one-time password that users are prompted to change the next time they sign in to the Infrastructure Console.