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cannot login in safe mode on sbs2011

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The normal Nod32 uninstall not working properly, I need to uninstall Nod32 from my sbs2011 server using Eset's uninstaller (http://kb.eset.com/esetkb/SOLN2289) . But this uninstaller requires me to boot in safe mode in order to do it. If I select to boot in safe mode on the SBS2011, the server will not accept my password, saying that there are no domain controllers available to process the login.

Is it possible to boot in safe mode in SBS2011 in order to run this kind of cleanup tool ?

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Cris Hanna earned 2000 total points
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you need to choose safe mode with networking
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Thanks. It worked. Took a very long time before it would accept the password but finally worked.
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