When I try to set my 5505 to factory default using ASDM, it goes all the way through, then at the very end asks for a username and password. The title of the window box is "Enter Network Username and Password", created by a Java process; which I assume is the ASDM.
Question is, what is this? EVERYTHING I enter (even leaving it blank) kicks it back. I cannot reset my 5505 back to Factory Default using ASDM it seems.
Any thoughts? Also, is the "reset" button on the back not any good for factory default resets?
I actually discovered it after several hours of "trying things". What it's looking for is the default "enable_15" password, without a username. So "username" is blank and "password" was the one I had set for "enable_15".
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