lost passwor NT
is there any possibility to start a stand alone NT-Workstaion where the user has forgotten his password???
yes.. there is a hack to get the admin password back.. but I cannot tell you how to do it..
Yes, there are several places that will get the password for you. Use a search engine with words like passwords for nt or so on. There are several tools that will crack the password for you. You know the websites. If you have not delete the guest account, you can log in with the guest account. If you can find the password, reinstall nt.
Of course, you can also use NTFSDOS if your drive is partitioned as NTFS and you need to retreive the files. NTFSDOS will give you read access to all your files without passwords. You'll need to create a big enough FAT partition to store everything, but it's doable. Afterwards, re-install NT then restore your backed up data.
Another way is to boot your computer with Linux. Kernel 2.2 has NTFS support built in (with lower Kernals, you can download the sources and re-compile to get NTFS volumes mounted). Once mounted, simply copy the files you want to Linux (or, preferrably, a VFAT partition under 2GB so you can read it in NT or Linux). Then, reinstall NT and restore.
I'll take two... CPU's
Do you know what the domain or workgroup it is a member of?
All you have to do is start the PC to the control alt delete screen and connect to it from another PC using Domain user manager or Hyena shareware and reset the local box administrator password.
If it's a standalone PC not in a network, then you have to use a specailty program that is made by the same company as "NTFSDOS", I don't remember what it's called but it lets you boot to a floppy and reset any NT password, even NTFS permissions. Cool huh?
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