Retrieve CurrentWare passwords

Retrieve CurrentWare passwords

As the passwords and database are all locally hosted on-premises there is no website based password reset.

If you have lost or forgotten your CurrentWare Console Operator or CurrentWare Client passwords, please contact our technical support team for further technical assistance. We will help you reset or retrieve your passwords.

Please Contact via Email: support@currentware.com

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