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Topic: Agfa Apogee X Installed (Read 903 times) previous topic - next topic

Agfa Apogee X Installed

Hi,

I have recently installed Agfa Apogee X - using the installer guide.
I have installed the client software as well. I didnt see anything about login and passwords anywhere.

Is there a default login and password??

:hangme:

Re: Agfa Apogee X Installed

Reply #1
You setup a user on the server side. and use that info to log in the software. I know thats how kodak works. then in the admin side of the software you can set permissions for users.

Re: Agfa Apogee X Installed

Reply #2
I thought that to. Go to server. I cant get a client open. Its looking a login and password

Re: Agfa Apogee X Installed

Reply #3
for now you could try logging in as the computer admin account and it should let you log in to the software. If you have a contract with them give them a call. They should of set it up for you.

 

Re: Agfa Apogee X Installed

Reply #4
I thought in v8 they changed logins to be the same as on the server? Meaning, you have to have a user set up on the Apogee server, then use that to log in with the client. Have to match case exactly.
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