If it's asking for a password when telnetting/consoling in, that usually means there's a password configured on the line and it's not using radius or local authentication. I've never heard of the switch defaulting a password when the stack is configured. I suppose it's possible that one of the new switches had a config on it that had a password on one of the lines, and this switch has become master in the stack causing it to ask you for a password.
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looking for early feedback from customers befor...
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