When I boot one of our servers I get an lsass error stating that Directory services can not initialize because the disk is full. It suggests I boot into Directory Serrvice recovery mode and there is one button (OK) that I can press to reboot the machine.
When I boot into Directory Services Recovery mode the machine asks for a password. This is the password that was entered when the machine was DCpromo'd up. Unfortuantely this machine was brought online without me and the original recovery password isn't avaialble. None of our typical admin passwords are working.
While the system is booted to this login screen I can access the disks using admin shares and I can see that there is space on all drives. I've cleaned up a few extra gigs on top of the space that was already available. This hasn't solved the problem.
The Machine in question is running Windows 2000 SP4.