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Buffalo TeraStation Pro default password

How to Reset the TeraStation Pro Administrator Password thumbnailReset the TeraStation Pro Administrator Password

The TeraStation Pro is a computer storage device that acts as an information hub to be shared between multiple computers sharing a particular network. While being able to share a storage drive for Word documents and other files among multiple people can have its benefits, the TeraStation won't be much use to anyone if you've forgotten the password to gain access to your files. Fortunately, you can reset the entire system to its default factory settings by utilizing the "Init" button inside the machine.


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      Remove the plastic front panel on the TeraStation Pro.

    • 2

      Look underneath the LED screen on the left side for the "Init" button.

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