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I want to change my user's password in Relief Data Entry System. How can I do that?

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Hi, this is Marvin. I forgot my password in Relief Data Entry System 2.1 of BIR. How can I reset my password? Can anyone help me? Thank you very much in advance!

asked Jul 24, 2012 by Marvin Recaido (120 points)
edited Jul 31, 2012 by Helen Smith

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In case you have forgotten your user password, resetting is a two step operation based on the built-in features that program offers. You can change your password by firing up the software and use the first menu that appears then use the Utilities button and a new window will appear with different options. It is called Utilities and Admin menu from where you can perform different maintenance operations including password changing. From that menu click on Change password button, select the username in question and type your new password.

My recommendation is to add a new user with administration rights and then change the password for the other username.

answered Jul 24, 2012 by Andrew Constandache (100,330 points)
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be moer specific what do mean by firing up?

answered Oct 24, 2012 by anonymous
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Try to visit http://www.recoverlostpassword.com and maybe you can find out a solution for your question.

answered Mar 30, 2013 by Jenny11 (190 points)
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What is the default password? I cannot set my own password in the utility because the system is asking for the old password.

answered Jul 4, 2013 by anonymous
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From the BIR Relief program directory, go to Data folder and delete the ff. files:
uspalog.cdx
uspalog.dbf

That will reset the username and password of the program.

answered Mar 28, 2014 by anonymous
Thanks for the help. I forgot my username and password and did what you suggested.
Thank you so much for this
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you are my hero! thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

answered Jan 12, 2016 by Iwonderhow
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THANK YOU FOR THIS INFO. It helps a lot. Deadliest line is fast approaching. lols:)

answered Jan 27 by Aze

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