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Administer Call Pilot via Dial Up Networking

Administer Call Pilot via Dial Up Networking

Administer Call Pilot via Dial Up Networking

(OP)
Good afternoon, all. Our client took away our old Windows 7 machine that we used for administrating remote Call Pilot sites. In its place is a Windows 10 box. I configured dial up networking with the username "ngensys" and the default password. However, when I get connected to the remote Call Pilot, I get a dialog box asking for username, password, and domain name.

My question is: what is the domain name? I tried "localhost" but it didn't like that name.

RE: Administer Call Pilot via Dial Up Networking

try name of the server default was CALLPILOT

RE: Administer Call Pilot via Dial Up Networking

(OP)
>try name of the server default was CALLPILOT

Tried it. Didn't work. Also tried the machine's IP address. That didn't work either.

RE: Administer Call Pilot via Dial Up Networking

I think your only answer is to ask someone at the remote site to conncxt up a keyboard. Monitor and mouse onto the Call Pilot system as there are connections to do this.

You will probably need a VGA monitor and see if you can log in locally.

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RE: Administer Call Pilot via Dial Up Networking

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>I think your only answer is to ask someone at the remote site to conncxt up a keyboard.

Unfortunately that appears to be the case. My only hope is that the client didn't scrap the Windows 7 box.

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