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RayS
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Originally posted by AnnsAudio

I don’t talk smartly because I’m new to iLive and networked digital surfaces, etc. I’ve been with the gig, training, for 3 weeks, and now, solo, for 5. But we all started somewhere, no?

I don’t honestly recall the server having a password, my Mac auto-logs-in when I got to work – so I’ll double check that first.

Basic user passwords (3 of us on the schedule) for surface lockdown are used, yes. We’re in an open venue – so I protect from random people compulsively fader-touching when I step away or walk the room.

I believe the server is stand-alone to the iLive. We cannot access the internet (facebook – ha) with it while hooked up to the iLive Editor.

Thanks for the response and patience :)

Peace! Always!


iLive’s password access/setting is located under the “utility/configuration/show manager”page. If you are the administrator or know who is then you can change these passwords….. If not I could send you the pdf instructions thru a pm.
As for the server /router password, although your mac “auto connects” the ilive’s router may/should still be protected. If it’s not protected , then proceed with router’s manufacturer’s instructions to assign a wpa or wpa/wpa2 password. Usually you would connect through ethernet directly to the router and after logging in to the router change the basic password.

hope this helps

RayS

R-72/iDR32/iPS10