Password recovery on extremeware for summit 400

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i want to recover or reset my extreme summit 400-48t password
i read that going to bootstrap then bootloader mood 
and then  "configure none"   command will load a default configuration 
but will it delete the existing config - or just leave it stored on the switch 

when i consoled into the switch and went to bootloader mode
there was no "configure command"
but there was a "use configuration (pri/sec/def)"  command
again will selecting "def"  delete my existing primary config?

i intend to boot from default config then inside the switchj copy the primary config to a tftp server and edit it on pc

thank you in advance
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Henrique, Employee

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Can you please confirm if the switch model is Summit400-48t (ExtremeWare) or X440/450/460 (EXOS)?

If the unit is Summit400 then the configuration will be erased when performing password recovery.
yes i was
but i don't want to lose my configuration
i am a new comer in my company and no onw know password of admin account on extreme
we contacted previious IT employees , but no one knows the password
i need any way to to do it

i have access to the user account which is very restricted
i did show version 

Summit400-24t:1 > show version
System Serial Number:  800175-00-02 0705G-81455
CPU board: 8S40524P§3A1   O42244808  CP1: 4   CP2: 06
Image : Extremeware  Version 7.5e.2.8 [non-ssh] by Release_Master on 03/08/06 03

BootROM : 5.1
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Since user credentials cannot run "show configuration" command, I would try to get all possible information/outputs.

Do you know if that switch is performing L2 only or L3?

I would check some outputs as follows (not sure if you can see all with user account):

show switch
show management
show dns-client
show mirroring
show ports redundant
show ports sharing
show vlan
show vlan detail
show vlan security
show stpd
show stpd <domain_name>
show stpd detail
show ports configuration
show ports information
show eaps
show eaps detail
show fdb
show iproute
show qosprofile
show rate-limit
show log configuration
show access-list
show access-mask
show access-profile
show netlogin
show radius
show tacacs
show ipconfig
show upd-profile

Basically those commands can help with L2 and static routes configuration info.

For any other protocol such as OSPF and VRRP you can download the Extremeware-e Command Reference Guide using the link below and check all "show" commands available:
the switch is layer 2
you mean to do these show commands 
and save their output 
then load default config and re enter those configurations manually ?
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Yes, you are correct.
If this is the only solution 
i will have to do it
thank you