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password to protect software on gx work or developer?

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how to protect software on gx work or developer? it is possible?

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Open project you want to protect -> in top Tab open Project -> Security -> User Managment. Set there user and password. Confirm. Next time to open project you need username and passoword. M.
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Keep in mind user security is for PC only, to protect once in PLC you still need a PLC password.

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thank u for reply... i found cpu and project security on gx work .. so basically when i set password on cpu security, cpu will ask when somebody try to access cpu? this apply to bus or network access too? and project security will protect file when somebody try to open it? i cant find cpu security on gx developer .... so it`s impossible for gx developer to protect plc ?

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With GX Developer it is online then keyword setup Rodney

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i dont have plc to test it.. right now so your reply really help me.. thank you

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HI 

I have forget the user name and password of a PLC project how can I reset it.

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You can't.

If it was a PLC password, you could erase the PLC and start over.  If the project has a password, you won't be able to open it without that password.

Please create your own topics in the future instead of posting on an unrelated topic from years ago.

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Dear

Respectfully  , I want to protect the program in Mitsubishi PLC FX3U ,,,, Didn't access anyone without password recovery  ...

Plz guide me regarding this secure process  .

Will be thankful for your coordination 

Muhammad Akram  .

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The manual for your software will explain how to set PLC passwords.  

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