Use the password recovery procedure that others have told you about. To prevent this in the future, you have two options:
1. When you copy the configuration from one router to another, do not copy the usernames and passwords.
2. Before you copy the configuration from the original device, enter the command no service password-encryption (while in configuration mode). This command will show the actual password in the configuration not the encrypted string.
Yes you will still see the enable secret with a string next to it when you've entered "no service password-encryption".
This is because the enable secret is an MD5 hash, rather than a scrabled password like the others.
However, you should see the enable password which is a normal scrambled password. But not to worry too much - if you've got an enable secret - it will take priority over your enable password as it's more secure.
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