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Password Problems

Password Problems

Password Problems

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I have a dos based foxpro program running on my system. When the LAN was set up, a password was put into foxpro and I dont know what it is. Can I bypass the password or dissable it somehow, or do I need to delete foxpro and re-install it again? I would apreciate some suggestions. Please email me back at WRSavage@aol.com

RE: Password Problems

Did you try checking at the foxpro website (if it exists, i dont know). They might have some suggestions.

theEclipse
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RE: Password Problems

Try contacting the folks at http://www.lostpassword.com.

They don't list Foxpro on their website, but they may have something you can use or refer you to someone who does.

Lee
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