Recover Win2K password with Terminal Service.

Posted on 2004-10-02
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
I forgot the password to my Windows 2000 Server. Is there to recovery it via terminal service?
Question by:Albert1809
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I don't know about TS (yet I doubt them being an option), but will always work.

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DanGilbertTX earned 500 total points
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No, you can't hack it via TS. You actually need physical access to run a locksmith program on it.
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Excuse me, but isn't that what *I* wrote? Even with a *link* to a recovery program?

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Well, sort of. You said you weren't sure. I stated it as a fact. However, I don't need the points so if Albert1809 wants to re-assign the points to you then I am all for it.

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