Password Protect a Page in Muse

I want to password protect a page in Muse and have set up a secure zone in BC. I can't seem to find where you can set the user name and password. Can you only do it using a registration form where the user picks a username and password? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Hi Brad,
I found where I could set the username and password and sent it to the contact's email address. The username was sent correctly but the password BC sent was this ?? 8fa49d44c99054c11fc9e772ff
I'm assuming that because this is one of the free sites it's not going to work and that's why I was sent this long string. However when you click on the string it's a Password Reset screen. I thought I might be able to test it to see if it truely does work with Muse.

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