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Old 11-01-2006, 06:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I forgot my admin password and i need to log on and the other account has restrictions how do i log on.
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google Austrumi
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If your equation requires either a complex combination of variables to get the desired result OR you can't seem to get the result regardless of the variables....it ain't your variables, it's your constant.
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i already tries the austami thing.
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did u play around with the password pin jumper and all that?
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is it a strong password? if not then just use something like john the ripper to dictionary attack it. you'll need to extract the sam first, use a linux live cd or something.
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did u play around with the password pin jumper and all that?
That would be for a BIOS passowrd, not a Windows account.

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That would be for a BIOS passowrd, not a Windows account.

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Thats cool, but if you reset the password you will lose any EFS encrypted data on that account. Just to warn you.
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Yes, it was a strong password.
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