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The Reset to Factory Defaults option allows for users to delete all features that have been changed in the configuration utility. Typically, a reset will resolve many issues that arise with a device.
This article outlines how to reset to factory default settings.
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose System Management > Reset to Factory Defaults. The Reset to Factory Defaults page opens:
Step 2. Click Reset to Factory Defaults. A Caution window appears.
Step 3. Click OK. Wait for the reset to apply to the device. Once complete, all settings are restored to default settings.