> What I was hoping for was an installer that the backup administrator
> could set the password beforehand.  Then this installer with the set
> password could be made available publicly to our customers for
> install.  As is stands now, we are forced to send a tech out to do
> the install so the password will be set to a generic password we all
> know.  Once the client is activated, the password is changed.  In
> effect this is not a installer with no password, it is an installer
> with a set-able password.

This (and the other posts on this topic) are along the lines of what we were
thinking of for the future.

Thanks for the feedback.

Craig




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