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How to make a smart98 password to work?

Posted By : Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 18, 2004

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Hello there friends, well im having somewhat of a problem. I installed a security program named smart98, this program blocks the computer. I installed the program and then when I must put in the password the password that I wrote down didn’t work, it should but it doesn’t. I tried to go to dos and nothing, go to a word document and nothing, and I don’t now what to do because I have important docs in my hard disk and I don’t want to loose that

This question was answered on February 18, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

1 Click on the taskbar to maximize Smart98 ): a form will appear the B Smart98

2 Click on the B2 Password button The C Password form appears

3 Choose and enter a password with letters and numbers, no zeroes in the C.14 Enter password edit box

Warning ! Remember this password If this password is lost communicate with the technical support

4 Click on C.15 OK button At the first activation, Smart98 will ask you to confirm your password ( ref D Confirm Password ) Retype your password and click "OK After this procedure the B.12 Traffic light Icon in the B Smart98 form will change from red to green The password of Smart98 is used like a switch to activate or deactivate the security

5 With the green traffic light the administrator can change the security of programs, Windows95 or 98 interface components, setup and files To do so, the administrator clicks on the button B.3 Configuration and has access to F Smart98 Menu

6 With Smart98 Menu the administrator can first select F.25 Programs Shortcut to obtain the program's list that is linked to Smart98, secure or not The administrator, later on, has access with F 26 Security Configuration to the four types of Smart98 security.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 18, 2004

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