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    Guys, my alarm system was put in years ago by a monitoring company and while I have the system connected to my automation panel and Homeseer I do not have the programming passwords to use to change any of my zone assignments and such within the system. I am curious to know if guys know how to either reset that password or get it from the boards in case I need to change things since I have severed my relationship with the monitoring company.

    Thoughts?

  • #2
    Yes, this has been discussed in a prior/old thread (3rd Party Legacy area) for the Concord. While the steps haven't been verified to work, it would be up to you to give it a try and report back letting us know if it worked or not.

    http://board.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=156326

    I really think an eprom reader would be the way to actually read the pwd and/or reset it?

    You could try guessing if you haven't already?
    1111
    2222
    ...


    -Matt

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mattm55 View Post
      Yes, this has been discussed in a prior/old thread (3rd Party Legacy area) for the Concord. While the steps haven't been verified to work, it would be up to you to give it a try and report back letting us know if it worked or not.

      http://board.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=156326

      I really think an eprom reader would be the way to actually read the pwd and/or reset it?

      You could try guessing if you haven't already?
      1111
      2222
      ...


      -Matt
      Also
      1234

      Z

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      • #4
        Thanks guys, I will spend some time playing guess the code before trying anything crazy, just wanted to ask before hand.

        At this point I have NOT tried guessing any codes or anything like that, just looking for information up front as I did not know if there was a lock out or anything like that.

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