You may be able to delete them on the BWT page. https://192.168.14.22/BWT/
You will have to stop the running archive before you can delete it.
Are you running VISTA or WIN7? That isnt a XP desktop.
PC requirements for viewing station here.
Viewing Station PC:
A viewing workstation must have sufficient CPU and video card performance to render the video feeds from the Media Server. Recall that the Media Server acts as a direct proxy between the IP camera feeds and the viewing station. From a planning standpoint, consider the amount of bandwidth required between the IP camera and the Media Server to also be available between the viewing station and the Media Server for those feeds being displayed.
As a best practice, the workstation is connected to a GigabitEthernet switch port. For displaying HD H.264 video, the workstation must meet the following system requirements:
•Windows XP with Internet Explorer 6.x, SP2 and above
•Intel Dual-Core 2.66-GHz or higher
•1 GB of RAM or higher
•Nvidia Video card: EVGA 8600GTS 675MHZ 512MB 2.0GGHZ GDDR3 PCI-E DUAL DVI or similar
In testing for this document, a dual core 2.6 GHz AMD Opteron - 2 GB RAM PC with a GeForce 8800GTS (G92) 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video Card is deployed.
Even with admin privileges, I had to be the root account to delete the archives. I was unaware that this was the way it functioned. Is there a way to change this?
as far as I know you have to have root access to make changes to the BWT page.
there is documentation on cisco's site on how to change the default PW though.
you were able to delete the archives with root access, correct?
I know how to change the pass on the box and in vsom, but I just was not aware that you could not make an account to maintain the archives.
"I know how to change the pass on the box and in vsom, but I just was not aware that you could not make an account to maintain the archives."