System Reset–Programming Saved (#728)
Use this feature to reset the system while retaining the currently programmed settings. Reset the system only when advised to do so by technical support personnel.
- Resetting the system disconnects all active calls.
- This procedure is skipped in the sequence of programming procedures when cycling. To use this procedure, enter the code directly.
- The system reset begins immediately and takes only a few seconds.
- You cannot interrupt the reset process or use any telephones in the system during the reset process.
- Most of the system and telephone programming settings that were in effect before the power failure or down period are retained; they do not revert to the default settings.
- Automatic System Answer Button (#111), Direct Extension Dial Button (#113), Night Service Button (#503), and Station Lock return to the status (on or off) that they were in immediately prior to the system reset.
- The VMS Cover button and Privacy button return to the status (on or off) determined by the programmed setting of Automatic VMS Cover (#310) and Automatic Extension Privacy (#304), respectively. For example, if Automatic Extension Privacy is Assigned and the Privacy button is on when a system reset occurs, the Privacy button will be on again after the system reset. However, if Automatic Extension Privacy is Not Assigned and the Privacy button is on when a system reset occurs, the Privacy button will be off after the system reset.
- A successful use of Restore Programming (#125) causes a System Reset–Programming Saved to occur.
- The information stored in the Save Number Redial (F04) and the Last Number Redial (F05) buffers is lost when a System Reset–Programming Saved occurs.
- You can use System Reset–Programming Saved to restore the configuration in the 1600 DSL module.