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I have a Unix SCO machine with an internal modem that is working. I have enabled tty1A but when I dial in and get the loggin prompt I put in any name and i get this error: "Terminal tty1A is disabled -- see Account Administrator"
Can anyone help? Thanks.
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powelly earned 50 total points
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Try this:
Type 'scoadmin'. Select 'system','Terminal Manager','Unlock'.
Press F3 for the list of locked terminals.
Select tty1A from the list. Select 'yes' to confirm.
This will unlock the terminal.

The terminal has probably been disabled because of too many failed login attempts.

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Thank you very much.
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