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VZAcess Manager: CTRL + T command?
css1323
Member

I read about a fix for a username/password error you may receive when connecting to the Verizon network.

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Open VZAccess Manager and press Ctrl+T, a terminal window should pop up

type in: AT$QCMIPEP=1 hit enter and type in AT$QCMIP=1 and hit enter.

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http://www.myvusers.com/forums/broadbandaccess/2960-vzaccess-manager-problems.html

My question is this?

Does the Manager have to be open first and then you run the CTRL + T command?

Thanks,

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Re: VZAcess Manager: CTRL + T command?
DionM_VZW
Verizon Employee

Hello there css1323! The VZ Access Manager application will only respond to key strokes and other commands when it is activated.

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Re: VZAcess Manager: CTRL + T command?
css1323
Member

Thank you, I just needed a chance to try it when I got to a computer!

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Re: VZAcess Manager: CTRL + T command?
evdotech
Novice

Yes VZ Access Manger needs to be running to go into the commands

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