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  1. #31
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    If its your box then why does your dad have admin rights. And if you the owner of the box why don't you back up all your stuff and reinstall windows. That would take about an hour max. Or if you want te be really leet get yourself a copy of norton ghost and make a ghost of a fresh windows install with all you programs yust the way you like it.
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  2. #32
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    Tiger shark, he has the password to his fathers admin account, so all he would need to do is make the batch file with the right commands and place it in the startup folder, that way, since the account is an admin account, it would make another admin account. Thats the plan, do you think that would work?

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    Why don't you just log onto your dad's account and just make another admin account for you ther normal way??
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  3. #33

    admin rights

    i could be wrong but couldnt he go into bios and make hisself the admin and if thats where his dad went he should be able to figure out the password with some ease who know's it could be his name lol but hey i am only n00b so l83r...
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    The duck, as i already stated i am doing this as an educational challenge to myself. Logging onto my dad's account would != challenge.
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    Maybe I missed it, but I didn't see the post that answered his question. I have the same one. I don't care how to crack the file anyways, but I'd like to know which file those settings are saved in. It has to be a DLL, SAM, or stupidly a random registry entry. SAM is part of the registry though, and I do believe that it is in there. Please make this pathetic thread useful and answer the question. Besides, if it weren't for kids like him, you'd all be outta jobs.
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    So i'm gonna go ahead and assume that nobody knows that answer then?
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