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I have a problem configuring BACULA in windows XP SP2

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hello, I'm configuring the software for windows bacula
I have a problem in the configuration file "báculo-fd.conf"
if I keyword "password", when verify the integrity of the file gives me the error attached to them and service "bacula service" fails to initialize.
What happens if I am not the parameter "password"-while passing the integrity of the file, does not connect because there is a "connection refused" for lack of authentication
as I can solve?, or the serious question, windows that I do not accept the parameter "password" in the configuration file
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upload your bacula-fd.conf file please
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Hello, thank you for your response

Te story that the problem was that the client had not the same key as the director, why not authenticate

Thank you very much
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