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Windows Server 2008 List User Names and Passwords

Posted on 2011-03-25
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Is there an easy way for an administrator to list the current active users and passwords in a domain?
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Question by:Rick Rudolph
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you can list users but not password.
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by:Rick Rudolph
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I was afraid of that, thank you fro the quick response
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Unfortunately, this is not possible. It protects the privacy of the User passwords in AD.

Your best method is the manual one. Email each user to send you their password or contact them directly.
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