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How to deleting default map passwords and create new ones

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Follow these steps to remove/reset the default map password:

  1) Shutdown NTM.
  2) On machine where is NTM installed find 'Credential Manager' (Control Panel\User Accounts\Credential Manager)
  3) In Credential Manager find the 'default' NTM credential (username = NTMuser ) and remove it.
  4) Start NTM.
  5) here press 'New Network Scan' button and enter new password encryption

Note: Existing maps will continue to use the password with which they were created.

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