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I am a VoIP Reseller, I sold out more than 500 Linksys PAP2 Device, I want to setup a PASSWORD and LOCK the device, I want to protect to Reset Option in the Device as Dial 73738#

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in the provisioning configuration files (typically text files) you can add the commands:

Protect_IVR_FactoryReset "Yes" ; and

similar setting for the password, depends on which password you want to use. There's a password for the phone interface (like if you go offhook and press **** there's a password prompt) and a password for the embedded web gui.

what kind of provisioning systems are you using?
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