Receiving "Specset database security does not match current FRxSys32 security setting. Security configuration invalid." when trying to login into FRx 6.7

When attempting to login to FRx 6.7 both on the server and client machines, I am receiving the following error:

"Specset database security does not match current FRxSys32 security setting.  Security configuration invalid."

No recent changes, upgrades, or fixes were made to the system.  Additionally, I am unable to login to the Administrator Mode in order to take off security (I do not have the password, and our support expired in 2005 in order to receive the "Password of the Day" from Microsoft).

Any guidance in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
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Victoria YudinConnect With a Mentor OwnerCommented:
njmatt,

This error typically indicates that your .f32 file for your specification set is damaged.  If you have a backup of your SysData folder, you can try to restore it.  (Of course, make a backup copy first, just in case.)

If there is no recent backup or if restoring the backup does not work, then you may need to try to get into FRx by not logging into a company.  Click Cancel instead of logging in, you will get a list of companies, click Cancel again and you will be in FRx without seeing the typical 'tree' menu.  Go to Company > Specification Sets, create a new specification set, make sure to change the file name, save the new specification set.  Export everything from your old specification set and import it in to the new one.  Then go to Company > Information and change the specification file for your GP company.  Exit FRx and see if it lets you log into your company now.
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njmattAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your response Victoria.  Creating a new specification set and importing the old one worked.
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WRHaslamSystems IntegratorCommented:
Thank you!  This solution solved my issue today.  
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