Sonic Wall TZ 100 Reset to Factory

I have a New TZ 100 and I set the configuration to walk through the setting thinking that I could reset the system.  Gave it a IP and a gateway of without a DHCP assigned.  The configuration took and now I cannot access the web interface.  I have completed a reset of the system and the device does not assign any addresses to the network interface.  How can I get the system reset??
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This worked for my TZ170.  Cannot see it being too different.

To quickly reset the firmware to factory default settings, locate the Reset button on the back of
the SonicWALL TZ 170 next to the LAN connection. Using a pointed object, press and hold the
Reset button for 5-10 seconds. All settings are returned to the factory default settings including
the password and the default LAN IP address of
Note: This reset method does not require reloading the firmware.
Resetting Firmware if Firmware is Corrupted (Test Light remains on)
If the Test light remains on after 90 seconds, the firmware may be corrupted. Follow these steps
to load firmware onto the appliance:
1. To load new firmware onto the SonicWALL TZ 170, power down the appliance.
2. Wait 30 seconds, press and hold the Reset button.
3. At the same time, power on the appliance.
4. Continue to hold the Reset button until the Test light begins blinking.
5. Once the Test light stops blinking and remains lit, release the Reset button.
6. Open a Web browser, and type into the Address or Location field.
7. A Web page displays the message, “Firmware appears to be corrupted.” Click Browse to open a File
Open dialogue box. Browse to the location of the firmware file. A rescue version of the firmware is
located on the product CD.
8. After restoring the firmware on the appliance, go to <> and log into your
account. Download the latest version of the firmware and then upload it to your appliance.
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