He didn't really break anything. For some reason my stb completely disappeared from the list of av devices in web admin and the orbiters but the media scenario was still there in web admin. Also, on the orbiter when I pressed the more button my tv would turn on and switch to the antenna input. It was an easy fix though, I readded the device, reloaded, unchecked the old stb media scenario, re-sorted the scenarios, and finally did a full regen. She's all back to normal now but still a pain in the ass.
Good to see this will be addressed and other people are running into the same issue. I'm a little disappointed in myself since I'm pretty big on security and locking down these types of openings. I didn't see this coming at all. I just got my wife to comfortable using the orbiters so I don't want to throw another step at it just yet. I think if she had to log in she'll just stop using the orbiter.
I agree that patience is one of the bigger problems. There are 3 areas in the house where the wireless coverage is weak at best, when my wife is at the orbiter in thouse areas she'll push a button 2-3 times then get pissed off when everything happens all at once or it stops working. She just doesn't understand that the wireless is weak in those areas so it takes longer for the orbiter to communicate with the core. I'll also add not knowing what to expect. I have a webdt 515 orbiter and an MD in my kitchen but they are located across the room opposite from each other. My cousin is over one day, got curious and pressed the Hulu button. I saw no harm in that, he's computer savy... Well, all he got was a remote on the webdt and he didn't notice the tv behind him turn on so he hit the power button on the orbiter and pressed hulu again. All of a sudden he lost his damn mind and started pushed random buttons. Some how he figured this was a good idea.