Note as of Feb 2019 KRS for Nortel/Avaya's BCM's and Nortel's Norstar products no longer allows for generations or retrievals and/or is restricted/limited.
We however still exist
We offer actual keycodes (not auth codes), no need for Avaya or KRS
Paid Services offered by curlycord
-BCM50/450 & BCM400 Rls 4.0 Modifications with New Keycodes.
-Keycode extractions from your current BCM50 or BCM450
-Callpilot 100/150, BCM 3.x and NAM key codes
-BCM nnadmin administration password resets for all BCM50/450's and BCM400 Rls4.0
Other means to extract your BCM keycode
To extract the keycode from your current BCM backup file:
Note that the Backup must have been created AFTER the last keycode was generated/intalled or you will only see an older keycode.
-Download & install program called 7zip
-Right click your backup file and select 7-zip then Open Archive (top one)
-Highlite keycodes.tar then click Extract up top, save it to where ever you want
-Right click the new keycodes file and select 7-zip then Open Archive (top one)
-Double click the little folder icon with a dot to go deeper about 3 times
-Right click the licensefile.txt and Copy To and save it for safe keeping.
To extract the keycode from a Log file:
-In Element Manager navigate to Adminitration/Logs/LogManagement/Immediate Log Transfer then select Transfer
-Uncheck all except "Sensitive Logs"
-Right click the new Log file and renaame it by removing the .tar on the end
-Right click the new renamed Log file and select 7-zip then Open Archive (top one)
-Double click the "dot" folder
-Double click the "nn" folder
-Double click the "etc" folder
-Double click the "licensefile.txt" folder
-In the notepad select File and save it for safe keeping
To extract the keycode using a Linux OS/PC or Linux Reader with Windows/PC
-Remove your hard drive from the BCM and attach it to your PC.
-For Windows PC you must use a Linux Reader program such as Disk Internals.
-Navigate to the hard drive and then partion Linux Ext Vol 1 then to /nn/etc
-Right click the licensefile.txt file and save it.
curlycord's email is: curlycord AT curlycord DOT com
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