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i m using aip ssm 10 asa5520, now i forget the password and tryed to recover the password of module using command "hw-module module 1 password recovery" but getting the message that software not supported.
ios ver of ips is 5.1
please guide me
The following password recovery options exist:
If another Administrator account exists, the other Administrator can change the password.
If a Service account exists, you can log in to the service account and switch to user root using the command su - root.
Use the password command to change the CLI Administrator account's password.
For example, if the Administrator username is "adminu," the command is password adminu. You are prompted to enter the new password twice.
You can also reimage the sensor using either the recovery partition or a system image file. This will default the device.
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To resolve this issue, create a BIOS administrator password and delete previous ProtectTools user logs by following this procedure:
Navigate to c:\Program Files\Hewlett Packard\SSM .
Access biosconfigutility.exe to reset the BIOS administrator password.
a. From a command prompt, navigate to the SSM folder.
b. Type biosconfigutility.exe to start the utility. A list of commands displays.
c. Type /newsetuppassword:"password" to create a new BIOS administrator password.
d. Close the command window.
Restart the notebook PC and press F10 at startup.
Log in using the new BIOS administrator password.
Choose User Management and delete any previous ProtectTools users.
Save the new settings and exit startup.
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