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Need help in changing the Admin password of windows server 2003 Web Edition

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Need help in changing the Admin password of windows server 2003 Web Edition.  That simple, however the normal way in creating a new user and then changing the password, I am unable to do because there is no user selection.  How do I solve this?
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Are you able to login to the server at all?  Or have you forgotten the admin password and can't get in?
Can't really tell from your question.

http://www.petri.co.il/forgot_administrator_password.htm

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If you are logged in as the local admin, press cntl+alt+del and click Change password.

Type old password and new password twice.  Done.  :)
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