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Cisco 7825 UCM - back to factory default

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Half way through installing a subscriber I ran into I/O problems and had to reboot (It would respond to not keyboard input so no other choice).  Now something is messed up with the login process.  I would like to get back to factory default  - no host name, no admin password yada yada.  How to do this?  Thanks.
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The answer is to use the recovery CD that comes with the 7825.
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