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    Win2000 CD into a XP system, still possible?

    Well, I remember reading that one can bypass Windows Xp password login with an Windows 2000 cd. Is this still possable? Or did Microsoft patch this while I was doing my normal dozing off ritual ? Just a question! Thanks

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    ms patched it with SP1 but there's always NTpass!!
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    Damn, where was I? lmfao. I missed that part Thank you...

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    Yeah, there are a bunch of apps out there that'll let you change the Admin password if you can boot the box with a CD. The fact that you [can - could] do it with an install disc for an older version of the OS is simply comical. Pathetic, but comical.
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    Wow. Just wow.

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