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This page is merely a collection of probably useless info that I was able to gather through various sources. For what its worth.........





Winnebago File Passwords

If you've downloaded any type of Winnebago PDF file that you can't open without a password or can't resave, print, or otherwise make any sort of changes to the document, then it is probably a protected document and you'll need the password in order to make any changes.

Try these and see if they work:

  • In order to open a protected document, enter the user password "info".
  • In order to make changes to a protected document, enter the master password "service".
  • Note that these passwords were used only on service and information type documents. Other documents coming from the administrative and corporate offices may have different passwords and are probably not of any interest to the regular owner anyhow.

    It should be noted that prior to the Spring of 2006, almost all of the folders within the Winnebago web site could be browsed without displaying a specific html document. This happens when the permissions of the folder on the server has not been properly set which basically opens it up for the whole world to see. This has now been changed on practically all folders for the Winnebago web site probably due to a network technician noticing an unauthorized browsing of the folders which was probably me. Any attempt to browse the folders now returns a "Forbidden" error which is the proper protocol for web servers. I'm sort of glad to see that they finally got it right but I will miss my easy source.

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