There is a utility that will allow you to make a bootdisk, boot to the disk,
and reset the password... It uses a linux based Registry Editor to reset the
password.  The only way to read the password (that I know of) is to get the
hash from the SAM database and brute force your way through all the possible
combination until you get a match (not an option if you don't have admin
access to the machine).  Let me know if you need an image of the util to
reset passwords, i can send it to you.
John Wynkoop

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From: Rickenbacher Beat [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 12:46 PM
To: Exchange Discussions
Subject: AW: admin pasword


There is CIA Commander:
http://www.winsecure.de/en/products/CIACMD/

Ricki

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Von: Kim Schotanus [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 9. Januar 2002 12:49
An: Exchange Discussions
Betreff: admin pasword


Hi 

I lost an admin password for NT4 on a laptop, is there a way to get in?
It is not configured for the network so that is not a solution.

Kim

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