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    Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    Is their a way to Remove CE password requirement from the Bizhub 4050 series?
    Not a forgotten password, I just want to remove its requirement from each 4050.

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    It maybe in security settings to turn it off.

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    Quote Originally Posted by twotech View Post
    It maybe in security settings to turn it off.
    i would doubt it.... if an end user gets into Service Mode they can really do A LOT of damage!

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    i would doubt it.... if an end user gets into Service Mode they can really do A LOT of damage!
    I think he means after you are in service mode, which you have password for, you can hit the enhanced security mode keys (in SM) and it calls up screen with CE password option.
    And yes, it's better to keep it locked with at least the default password, to prevent users from bricking the machine.

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    What is the default CE password? I'm locked out of one trying to get into service mode

    Thanks

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    Quote Originally Posted by nathicana View Post
    What is the default CE password? I'm locked out of one trying to get into service mode

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    9272 either 2x or 4x.

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    Thank you. Two times worked. Can't find logical format though.

    Anybody know where that would be? I looked in State Confirmation

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    Quote Originally Posted by nathicana View Post
    Thank you. Two times worked. Can't find logical format though.

    Anybody know where that would be? I looked in State Confirmation
    1. Turn ON the power switch while pressing the power key and start up [Extra Service Mode].
    2. Touch [HDD Format] to execute HDD format.
    3. After completing format, turn OFF the power switch of the machine.

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    Quote Originally Posted by nathicana View Post
    Thank you. Two times worked. Can't find logical format though. Anybody know where that would be? I looked in State Confirmation
    man if your gunna do shit like this you need to acquire a service manual!

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    Re: Remove CE password requirement from Bizhub 4050

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    man if your gunna do shit like this you need to acquire a service manual!
    We took this machine in for lease return. I am asked to overwrite the hard drive and get a data report. We are a Kyocera dealer so sorry for the dumb questions but I have no choice in this matter.

    Am I correct that the hard drive would need a format following running the overwrite? That seems to be the process with Konica Minoltas.

    Thanks

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