What is the password for deleting a company profile in Sage 50 EFT Direct?

What is the password for deleting a company profile in Sage 50 EFT Direct?

Heenry Asked on December 10, 2017 in Sage.
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    • How do I delete my Sage 50 EFT Direct company file?
    • Deleting a company profile in Sage 50 EFT Direct prompts for a password.
      This prompt appears regardless of whether the Sage 50 company file has a password or not.
    • When you go to File, Delete Company, and click Delete for the selected company profile, a Sage 50 EFT Direct login password is required.

    • What is the password to delete the company file in EFT?

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    Type ‘admin‘ or ‘ADMIN‘ into the Password field and click OK (No user name is required).

    Note: deleting a company file cannot be reversed.  Ensure you have made the necessary backups prior to deleting anything.

    Source: Sage Community forums.

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    Support Team Answered on December 10, 2017.
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