[Snort-users] Help with windows XP pro

Paul Martin pmartin at ...11611...
Fri Oct 8 05:03:14 EDT 2004

chnetpass - http://home.eunet.no/~pnordahl/ntpasswd/

Basically, it boots into a customized linux shell that allows you to 
blank out the administrator's password.  It can be set up on a floppy 
(~1MB), or a CDROM (~2MB).  When the XP system comes back up, it will 
(should) run chkdsk, and then you can log in as administrator with no 
pass.  It's saved my hide a couple of times.

Paul Martin
Network Technician
Hilton Grand Vacations Co.
(407) 393-3034
pmartin at ...11611...

Mario Guerendo wrote:

>Hi everyone,
>I am running a non domain machine using XP pro.  I have 3 user accts,
>One is the default admin with a pwd set that cannot be changed, I DO NOT
>The other is my personal user acct that also has admin access on the
>machine, unfortunately I set the password by accident to expire at next log
>on and also selected the option "cannot change password".  I cannot log on
>using either accts.  
>I have to use the guest acct to log on but I cannot change the properties of
>the admin accts using that id.  Anyone has a suggestion?
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