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4d database server pasword LOST

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I inherited a 4d database which is running on ancient hardware and it is on its last legs. We are looking to make some changes on this but we do not have the designer or administrator passwords. Is there a way to reset these passwords or retrieve them?


Any help is greatly appreciated...

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The membership agreement forbids us from assisting any hacking/cracking/password recovery solutions. Even if it is your own database, we don't know that.

Sorry, you'll have to look elsewhere.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi100
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