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I changed domains and rebooted and now I can't logon to windows 2000.  What can I do?
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1.is windows 2000 controlled by DC ?

2.If yes and when you change the Domanin Name in win2k how do you need it to logon to the Domain that its name is changed ?

login workstation (Locally) then correct the domain name
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http://www.petri.co.il/forgot_administrator_password.htm#1

if download and use this boot disk, you can change the local admin password,
which will give you access to the machine, there instructions on the site about how to login and change the domain user passwords aswell.
changing the local user password is easy, not tried the domain users but should work fine
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