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Old 12-08-2005, 03:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK, I tried this on a 7290 and I can get to the menu, but I can't get to the hidden menu in Enterprise Activation on a 7100g.

How can I do it?
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do it like its in multi tap mode.
so hit the C key then the N key twice then the F key twice then the G key.
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That doesn't work. On the 7290, the actual digits that display are 9,6/

However, this combination doesn't work either...
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I just tried it on a 7100t and it worked.
Basically what showed up on the screen was 788445

edit: and just to make sure you are doing it right you don't hit alt and then the cnfg. you HOLD alt while typing CNFG except on the suretype models its alt and cnnffg cause its uses the multitap.

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I dont understand the purpose of this key combo. What is it supposed to do/tell you?

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Inphektion, thanks... that worked. However, the guy's computer got re-imaged and the Backup file was deleted and I couldn't try the restore I need to do. Oh well - thanks!

Doug - the key combo takes you into a secret Enterprise Activation menu where you can disable wireless sync on the device.
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does this work on the 7100R?
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sorry, make sure you're in the ENTERPRISE ACTIVATION menu under settings before you perform this
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