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UBIQUITI PICO STATION - LOST P/W

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On this wireless access point I cannot log into the actual device to check settings. I AM able to use the AP just fine but the settings need attention. I cannot locate the correct p/w or perhaps the username. The last one I recorded in Evernote does not work. Naturally I can reset the entire device, but I really don't want to lose my present configuration. Is there ANY way to get into my system without driving myself nuts? I am not a hacker and have no experience in doing this type of thing. In case anyone is wondering, I CAN post a copy of my sales receipt for this item in case anyone thinks I am trying to hack another person's equipment. I have spent an hour using my "typical" passwords but to no avail. Any suggestions??
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No, if you don't know the login details your only option is to reset it.
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Ok, I will bite the bullet and go for it.
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Thanks for your Expert advice.
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