[fa icon="plus-square"] What is the default password for Config Manager?
[fa icon="plus-square"] How do I deploy BridgeChecker to multiple machines?
BridgeChecker software is provided as an MSI file and can be deployed by Microsoft SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager). The same license key can be used for multiple machines.

For full how to guide see Deploying BridgeChecker with Microsoft SCCM 2012.
[fa icon="plus-square"] Error 1001 - Why I can't uninstall or install BridgeChecker for Windows 7?

This fix is for when the Error 1001 message appears when trying to Install or Uninstall BridgeChecker on Windows 7.



  1. Using the computer that has the error message, go to https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/mats/program_install_and_uninstall and click Run Now
  2. It will download Fix It Now and upon completion, install and run the program.
  3. On this screen, select the second option Detects problems and let me select the fixes to apply.
  4. Then select whether you are having a problem installing or uninstalling a program
  5. Next, from the list of programs, find BridgeChecker, select it and hit Next.
  6. Then select Yes to try and uninstall or install.
  7. Then make sure that checkboxes are selected and click Next.
  8. Let the program finish and it will indicate whether the problem was fixed or not. Then, click Next.

You should now have BridgeChecker uninstalled or installed. If you uninstalled it, note that the desktop shortcuts and start menu items may still be visible, but they do not work. You can remove those manually.

[fa icon="plus-square"] Mac OS - How do I set the default preferences from the Administrative Level?

BridgeChecker stores all settings data in:

Open this file with Xcode (or another program that handles plists).

Preferences are changed by 0s, 1s, and -1s:

Enable the wireless card if there is no wired connection

No action - Do nothing to the wireless card if a wired connection is made
Disconnect - Disconnect from the associated wireless network if a wired connection is made
Disable - Disable the wireless card if a wired connection is made

Runs BridgeChecker when the device boots

Do not change releaseIP, as it is not supported for Mac OS.

When you have finished changing the values:

  1. Save com.accessagility.bridgechecker.plist
  2. Open Terminal and run:
    defaults read ~/Library/Preferences/com.accessagility.bridgechecker.plist
  3. Restart BridgeChecker
[fa icon="plus-square"] Is there a license key for testing?

A license key is not required for trial users.

For trial users that would like to test with a license you please use license below. In the registration screen this license will show registered user / organization as "TEST TEST ONLY".


If you purchased a license you will receive license key from support@accessagility.com

[fa icon="plus-square"] How do I copy configuration settings to identical machines?

Configuration settings can be saved while in the "Config Manager" mode. These include adapter changes, policy changes, and password changes.

For machines with identical hardware, the settings.mdb file can be copied to and overwrite the file in the folder below to deploy the same identical configuration to multiple machines quickly.

BridgeChecker stores configuration settings in the c:\ProgramData\AccessAgility\BridgeChecker\settings.mdb file.


NOTE: The c:\ProgramData folder is hidden by default. Setting can be changed from Control Panel > Folder Options > View Tab



[fa icon="plus-square"] How do I check license status?

Go to http://bridgechecker.com/bclicense/index.php
Enter the Registered Email that purchased the licenses and License Key to check on the status.

[fa icon="plus-square"] How do I uninstall with Msiexec?

DOS Command Prompt

  1. Log on to the computer with administrator rights.
  2. Find the BridgeChecker uninstallation product key:
    1. Click Start > Run.
    2. Type regedit to open the Windows Registry Editor.
    3. Navigate to
    4. Browse the Uninstall subkeys in the left-hand pane, and check the values in the right-hand pane to find a value for the DisplayName that equals BridgeChecker.
    5. Copy the uninstallation key. For example, the key for BridgeChecker could be:
    6. Close the Windows Registry Editor.
  3. Click Start > Run.
  4. Type cmd to open the Windows command prompt.
  5. At the Windows command prompt, type:

    msiexec /X { product uninstall key}

    Example: msiexec.exe /x {A3AEEA68-AC93-4F6F-8D2D-78BBF7E422B8} /passive

    To generate a detailed uninstall log, type:

    msiexec /X { product uninstall key} /l*v! log file path

    Example: msiexec /x {A3AEEA68-AC93-4F6F-8D2D-78BBF7E422B8} /lv!* c:\uninstallSEP.txt