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Changing Media Encryption from no to yes in system-parameter customer-options

Changing Media Encryption from no to yes in system-parameter customer-options

Changing Media Encryption from no to yes in system-parameter customer-options

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How do you go about changing Media Encryption from no to yes, in system-parameters customer-options. I noticed you can't use Gedi or command line to make the change. Does anybody know where to go to make this change?

RE: Changing Media Encryption from no to yes in system-parameter customer-options

in the licence file , if you are on CM6 or above you do it from the SMI web page as below , if you are on a lower version i think RFA would have to be involved it may well be a payed for feature.

ACSS (UC/SBCE/SM/SME)

Not that they mean a thing anymore , get a brain dump pass the test crash the system.

RE: Changing Media Encryption from no to yes in system-parameter customer-options

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Thank You that was it.

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