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Posted on 2011-03-11
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I had an xp workstation connected to an SBS domain. I had to get back to previous configuration and chaned the compter back to workgroup. None of the accouts/passwords seem to work and I can't get into it. I need help getting back in.
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by:Randy Downs
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try the login options dropdown to select thedomain you were connected to
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Often the Administrator account on the local machine is left blank. Just boot into safe mode - F8
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by:Randy Downs
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To logon with the domain passwords you would need to rejoin the domain. That in itself will require a domain admin login.
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by:jwmarkert
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I'm away from machine. I will be be on it again this evening. Thanks for your suggetions
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by:jwmarkert
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Thank you, thank you, thank you! I can't believe anyone would leave an administrator open.
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