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From  Korby Parnell’s Blog:

 

1.      On your desktop, right-click My Computer (or whatever you rename it) and then click Properties.

2.      In the System Properties dialog box, click Advanced, and then click Environment Variables.

3.      Under User variables for <username>, click New.

4.      In the New User Variable dialog box, in the Variable name box, type “SSUSER”.

5.     In the Variable Value box, type your VSS username (for example, Admin), and then click Ok.

6.   Repeat these steps to add “SSPWD” as an environment variable whose value is your VSS password.

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Written by matt

September 26, 2007 at 7:44 am

Posted in VSS

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