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    Member bradlesliect's Avatar
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    Windows 2003 SBS Admin Password

    Hi All,

    I have just taken over a new client who is running W2k3 SBS and they dont know what the admin password is (local or domain). is there anyway to hack or reset this password.

    For the moment I am connecting the server remotely and am only able to go to client site next week some time. Is there anything that I can try remotely? If not, what can I do when i get there next week? The previous IT guys is MIA and uncontactable.

    What now?

    .....I rather not say....

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    Is this like the same site you dont have install keys for either???


    there is lots of ways to reset the password...although you will need to be on site...and have a boot cd

    Google is your friend

    Last edited by morganlefay; January 15th, 2009 at 08:26 PM.
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    Member bradlesliect's Avatar
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    nope it aint the same site ...lets just say ppl dont want to go open source or the w2k8 route just yet ...its a busy time ...keeps me out of trouble ..i hope..
    .....I rather not say....

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