Depending on whether or not you have "NI Web-based Configuration and Monitoring" installed, you'll take different steps to set the password.
The FTP server's password is the same as the new password specified in the previous step. The Real-Time FTP server ignores the username. Therefore, any username can be entered when logging into the FTP server. If you wish to connect through Internet Explorer to a password protected FTP server, you must specify a username and password in the URL. A properly formatted URL is:ftp://username:password@ip_addressusername:This is any username. Internet Explorer requires a username, but the Real-Time controller will ignore it.password: This is the password set when locking your controller.ip_address: This is the IP address or DNS name of your controller.For example:The URL of ftp://a:firstname.lastname@example.org would open an FTP session to the controller of IP address 10.0.35.196 with a password of locked. Note: If you specify only the IP address of a password protected controller in the URL (and don't specify a username and password), you will be prompted for a username and password in a popup dialog box. A screenshot of a prompt that you will see using Windows Explorer is below
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