Here are my note... It painful since there is no front panel to select factory default.
First tell 7005 to boot using a temp file.ctrl + xcpbootctrl + x againsetenv cfgfile tmpsavebootf
after a long boot DO NOT miss this, do it quick or make sure there is no internet the 7005full-setupquickly type "yes" to stop auto-provisioningRun through setup wizard
On the rebootctrl + xcpbootctrl + x againsetenv cfgfilesavebootf
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