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    Hi Guys,

    I got a new Tricky in login to the P.C as an Administrator Privileged Account. But this tricky assumes that the P.C is a Part of a Domain Environment.

    1. Add a user in the Active Dicretory Users.
    2. Assign this user to be a member of Domain Admins and Administrator.
    3. Set the user to the Administrator Groups as a Primery Group.

    4. Access to from any Computer in the Domain by the username and password which you have created.

    5. Pingo, you are login as an Aministrator and you can Reset the Administrator Password of the P.C.

    I've tried it and it works fine.

    Habibalby
    ================================
    HND: Higher National Diploma in
    Computer Science(IT)


    Passed:
    MCSA+Security 2003, VCP3, VCP4
    Done:VMware DSA
    ================================[/COLOR]

  • #2
    Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

    Sorry man just do't get yet i'm kind of slow do you mean i shoul go to start ,control panel and the set a new user account. if this is what you said it is impossible cus to start with i havent got tyhe admin privilege to do so in the first place

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    • #3
      Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

      Originally posted by habibalby
      Hi Guys,

      I got a new Tricky in login to the P.C as an Administrator Privileged Account. But this tricky assumes that the P.C is a Part of a Domain Environment.

      1. Add a user in the Active Dicretory Users.
      2. Assign this user to be a member of Domain Admins and Administrator.
      3. Set the user to the Administrator Groups as a Primery Group.

      4. Access to from any Computer in the Domain by the username and password which you have created.

      5. Pingo, you are login as an Aministrator and you can Reset the Administrator Password of the P.C.

      I've tried it and it works fine.

      Habibalby
      Are you serious? Is this a joke or something?

      Cheers,

      Daniel Petri
      Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Active Directory Directory Services
      MCSA/E, MCTS, MCITP, MCT

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      • #4
        Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

        danielp, yes try that and reply to me if doesn't work.

        njofy, follow the instruction carefully and you will get how it works.

        Habibalby
        ================================
        HND: Higher National Diploma in
        Computer Science(IT)


        Passed:
        MCSA+Security 2003, VCP3, VCP4
        Done:VMware DSA
        ================================[/COLOR]

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        • #5
          Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

          I know it works. My question is about the so-called tip itself.

          Never mind.

          Thanks for the contribution.
          Cheers,

          Daniel Petri
          Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Active Directory Directory Services
          MCSA/E, MCTS, MCITP, MCT

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          • #6
            Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

            Yeap, well Actually it's good in a Domain Managed Environment if a previous administrator goes without given anyone Administrative Passowrd and the P.C is already a member of a Domain, then this is a great idea to do it.

            I've done it also today and it works fine.

            habibalby
            ================================
            HND: Higher National Diploma in
            Computer Science(IT)


            Passed:
            MCSA+Security 2003, VCP3, VCP4
            Done:VMware DSA
            ================================[/COLOR]

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            • #7
              Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

              Yes but that's not a "trick", it's common knowledge. It's like saying that if you cannot do a specific task, logon as administrator and do it.

              In your scenario the fact that the local admin went away is not a classic "forgot administrator password", but instead it should be labeled "my local admin went away without telling me his password, so now I'll logon as the domain admin and reset his password".

              Duh?

              That's what I meant.

              But thanks anyway for sharing.
              Cheers,

              Daniel Petri
              Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Active Directory Directory Services
              MCSA/E, MCTS, MCITP, MCT

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              • #8
                Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

                Duh It's a common for the NewB something new like a Tick. So, this thing was a new for me becuase i'm only 1 month old in MCSE, Domain and Servers world.


                Anyway, thanx for your clearification, I really appreciated.

                habibalby
                ================================
                HND: Higher National Diploma in
                Computer Science(IT)


                Passed:
                MCSA+Security 2003, VCP3, VCP4
                Done:VMware DSA
                ================================[/COLOR]

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                • #9
                  Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

                  No problem, thanks for posting this information, I'm sure someone must have learned something from this post.
                  Cheers,

                  Daniel Petri
                  Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Active Directory Directory Services
                  MCSA/E, MCTS, MCITP, MCT

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                  • #10
                    Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

                    Originally posted by njofy
                    Sorry man just do't get yet i'm kind of slow do you mean i shoul go to start ,control panel and the set a new user account. if this is what you said it is impossible cus to start with i havent got tyhe admin privilege to do so in the first place

                    yep seond that it is inpossible
                    cyberbobcyberbobcyberbob

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                    • #11
                      Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

                      i agrree its inpossible because of teh writes can any one help
                      cyberbobcyberbobcyberbob

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                      • #12
                        Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

                        Originally posted by habibalby
                        Hi Guys,

                        I got a new Tricky in login to the P.C as an Administrator Privileged Account. But this tricky assumes that the P.C is a Part of a Domain Environment.

                        1. Add a user in the Active Dicretory Users.
                        2. Assign this user to be a member of Domain Admins and Administrator.
                        3. Set the user to the Administrator Groups as a Primery Group.

                        4. Access to from any Computer in the Domain by the username and password which you have created.

                        5. Pingo, you are login as an Aministrator and you can Reset the Administrator Password of the P.C.

                        I've tried it and it works fine.

                        Habibalby
                        thanks m8 great help but we need the privalige in the first place
                        cyberbobcyberbobcyberbob

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                        • #13
                          Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

                          thanks m8 great help but we need the privalige in the first place
                          cyberbobcyberbobcyberbob

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                          • #14
                            Re: &lt;Tricky&gt;Administrator Password

                            what u want excatly?
                            ================================
                            HND: Higher National Diploma in
                            Computer Science(IT)


                            Passed:
                            MCSA+Security 2003, VCP3, VCP4
                            Done:VMware DSA
                            ================================[/COLOR]

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