rekey

[ree-kee]
verb (used with object), rekeyed, rekeying.
1.
to fit with different pins and a different key.
2.
Computers. to keyboard (data) again.

Origin:
re- + key1

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She will be emailing users about rekey scheduling and logistics.
These cores were designed to permit an administrator to rekey without
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