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Disabling BSafe Online


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Nate Benton

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Is there a way to disable BSafe Online temporarily without just removing it? I can't seem to find a way.
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With all due respect, is this your computer, your parents computer or your works computer?
According to support documentation the program should be disableable by use of your supervisor password that somebody specified during setup of the program. No password, no go.

If this program has been installed by your parents or your managers, you are best advised to contact them or adhere to company policy if this is a works computer. If its your own computer, your own software and you've forgotten your password, look up article ID 362 in the BSafe Online online user guide.
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With all due respect, is this your computer, your parents computer or your works computer?
According to support documentation the program should be disableable by use of your supervisor password that somebody specified during setup of the program. No password, no go.

If this program has been installed by your parents or your managers, you are best advised to contact them or adhere to company policy if this is a works computer. If its your own computer, your own software and you've forgotten your password, look up article ID 362 in the BSafe Online online user guide.

No, it's actually a computer I was given my somebody to help fix. BSafe has messed with a lot of things like Internet being disabled. I've thought about just reisntalling, but we'd prefer to not go that route.

And no, the person doesn't know the password. He was given the computer from a relative who passed away
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The site cannot offer advice to circumvent passwords so the only advice I can really offer is contact BSafe and explain the situation or back-up what you want to keep and wipe the machine.
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