|Good to know: Offline NT Password & Registry Editor, Bootdisk / CD
||25 Sep 04
I’ve put together a single floppy or CD which contains things needed
to edit the passwords on most systems.
The bootdisk supports standard (dual)IDE controllers, and most
SCSI-controllers with the drivers supplied in a seperate archive below. It
does not need any other special hardware, it will run on 486 or higher,
with at least 32MB (I think) ram or more. Unsupported hardware: MCA, EISA,
i2o may not work. Some newer IDE/SCSI-raid systems may not work either.
Tested on: NT 3.51, NT 4, Windows 2000 (except datacenter?), Windows XP
(all versions), Window Server 2003 (at least Enterprise).
DANGER WILL ROBINSON! If used on users that have EFS encrypted files, and
the system is XP or later service packs on win2k, all encrypted files for
that user will be UNREADABLE! and cannot be recovered unless you remember
the old password again