How to Locate Your Password

    Your password is critical for one key reason:

    Your data is encrypted (scrambled) by that password, and cannot be unscrambled without it!

    So, when the unthinkable happens and you have a disaster that causes you to lose data and come to Solid Data to get it back, you will need to have your password (generally I don’t hold them for security reasons).

    If you do not know what your password is, follow the steps below, then WRITE IT DOWN and put it somewhere safe.

    Kevin

Step 1: Open the Solid Data OBM software

  • Right-Click the OBM icon (from the bottom-right of screen) – see Figure 1

Figure 1.

  • Select “Open” – see Figure 2

Figure 2.

Step 2: Find Your Password

  • click on the Backup Setting button – see Figure 3

Figure 3.

  • click the Encryption item on the left-hand menu – see Figure 4

Figure 4.

  • untick the Mask Encryption Key checkbox – see Figure 5

Figure 5.

  • write down your encryption key (which should also be your password)

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