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By Robert Young ·
Is there any possible way to bypass the password protection on Schedule+ (7.5 I think). I am currently working on migrating his *.scd files to run under Outlook 2000 and as the user is on long term sick leave it isnt possible to ask him. When opening Schedule+ by running schdpl32.exe the dialog box opens requesting a password. It is this that I need to bypass to access his schedule and export as an *.sc2 file for importing into Outlook 2000. I can assure you that although this sounds quite suspect, my reasons for doing this are quite honerable.

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R Young

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by McKayTech In reply to Schedule+ Password Protec ...

Regardless of intent, the only way to bypass the password is with a password-cracking program. This situation comes up quite frequently when employees have departed, for whatever reason, and have password-protected their schedules, address books ormail.

There are companies out there that make such tools and they are available for download, although they are neither free nor inexpensive. A couple of them have demo versions that will give you the first two letters of the password but then it's up to you to guess the rest or fork over the bucks for the full version.

paul

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