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Used CallPilot 201i

Used CallPilot 201i

Used CallPilot 201i

Hi all,

Whilst I want on getting a cable for my MIRAN II card so I can attempt to restore it, I decided to give the CallPilot some attention.

I _think_ it's running 4.0...but I'm not sure. It's running NT 4 at least

I got no software with this so I will certainly need some links to documentation.

There appears to be no webserver running on this system...is that an included feature or does the keycode need to include it?

The Distributor password appears to have been changed...is there any alternate means of password reset?

RE: Used CallPilot 201i

It's actually 1.07...that'd explain none of the docs I was reading applying ;)

RE: Used CallPilot 201i

CallPilot 1.07 has it own stand-alone client, a separate install on the end-user/admin PC. No web services.

RE: Used CallPilot 201i


Now for the endless difficulty of tracking down that client...

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