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Cool thanks, I just tested that on a Pi I am setting up, and it works to gain access to the Pi via ssh (username "pi"). I just created the file as described, with the password (nothing else, no username, etc) and booted it. Then ssh'ed to the Pi and logged in with user "pi" and the password set up in the file. At that point, if the password to the server needs to be reset, it can be done using the other method of deleting users.yaml and changing the firstrun to be true in config.yaml. Changing the server password does not blow out the other configs for the bed size, nozzle, etc, but does bring up the initial setup dialog when going to the page in the browser for the first time.