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Call Pilot 201i NT vs Win2003?

Call Pilot 201i NT vs Win2003?

Call Pilot 201i NT vs Win2003?

I have a couple of out of service Call Pilots here and have a friend that needs one. I put one in my lab to bring up just to see if it booted. It does and comes up with NT not 2003 and I’ve tried all the default passwords with no luck. I do have a complete set of Call Pilot 4.0 CD’s. My question is just for testing can I go ahead and reimage this unit with Win2003 and bring it up. Then if it comes up and I can run wizard it’s probably good? Then he can load which ever image he needs once he gets the unit. I just don’t want to ship it to him without at least some sort of a test I can run on it.

RE: Call Pilot 201i NT vs Win2003?

You will need the proper Keycodes for the system. The Dongle serial number must match the keycode sheet.

It's a phone system, NOT a clock!

RE: Call Pilot 201i NT vs Win2003?

I'm not trying to bring it all the way up and on line. I just wanted to do a quick test before I sent it out to him. If it let's me reimage odds are I should be ok right.

RE: Call Pilot 201i NT vs Win2003?

Just to see if the software will load, should be OK.

It's a phone system, NOT a clock!

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