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Trans/PGM *# Trans/PGM (password)

Trans/PGM *# Trans/PGM (password)

Trans/PGM *# Trans/PGM (password)

(OP)
Hello, when i want to program something i use Trans/PGM *# Trans/PGM thzn the program number...

i want to add a password to enter to this, so i enter to PGM162 and i add a password for (Keyset Admin Password, Remote Access Password, CID Password) and when i try to enter to the program i cant do it without entring the password.

so what i have to do for locking the access to the program.

Best regards.

RE: Trans/PGM *# Trans/PGM (password)

yes you set the keyset password there . then it will ask you for a password after you press *#

RE: Trans/PGM *# Trans/PGM (password)

(OP)
the system didn't ask for the password that i set.

RE: Trans/PGM *# Trans/PGM (password)

what does the phone say? which password do you need?
Try 147* as a password

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