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By WelshPaul
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By default, the IVR does not require a password to access. But, if you don't want anyone else performing factory resets, etc., then you may want to consider password protecting the IVR from unauthorized access.

To do so, proceed as follows:
  1. Login to the SPA122. (See here.)
  2. Click on the Voice menu item.
  3. Click on the System menu item located in the left-hand window navigation pane.
  4. On the System page, you will see a text box labelled: IVR Admin Password.
  5. By default, this text box is empty. Thus, no password is required to use the IVR, by default.
  6. Enter your new IVR Admin Password. Now save your changes by clicking on the "Submit" button.
SPA112_IVR_Password_Set.jpg
SPA112 IVR Set Password
Next time anyone tries to access the IVR command system, they will be asked to enter the access password.
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