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Dump Password Hashes from Domain Controller Windows 2003

I read at:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Misc/Q_21394378.html

that it should be possible to dump all passwords from a Domain Controller and crack those hashes later on with diffrent tools.

i tried that in our testlab and even as Domain Admin i just get:

Pwdump -r
Access Denied

the queston is, does it not work anymore or do i use the wrong commands and tools ?

whats the exact comand line for pwdump, to get the hashes ?
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MaurizioSchmidt
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PowerITCommented:
Which version of pwdump are you using? Can you provide the link where you got it?

kr, J.
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MaurizioSchmidtAuthor Commented:
from here:

http://www.openwall.com/passwords/microsoft-windows-nt-2000-xp-2003-vista
(scroll down)

So, is it possible to get the hashs of the domain users from the domain controller with domadmin rights or not ? if yes, how exactly ?
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MaurizioSchmidtAuthor Commented:
Is there anybody out there, who can solve this problem ? i thought that is the purpose of this Board ?
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MaurizioSchmidtAuthor Commented:
solved it by myself.
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MaurizioSchmidtAuthor Commented:
Sadly Experts Exchange doesnt Help me the 5th. time, solved it by myself...again.
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PowerITCommented:
Hard to say that EE doesn't help. It is based on individuals devoting their spare time as a volunteer.
E.g. I have been out of the country for three days, so could not follow up this question.

kr, J.
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