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boot to command prompt without login screen on Win 7 PC

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Tried the safe mode command prompt, but it still boots to log in screen.
I am trying to get there to user the .exe to launch system restore.

This computer is a domain member but has a security issue that will not let it log in with any account.

They do not have a windows 7 CD to boot to and are  3 hours away.

If I can somehow get them to the internet , then I can remote in and fix this issue.

any help is appreciated.
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by:Zaheer Iqbal
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what is the exact security issue you have?
can you not login with the local admin account on the computer ?
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by:atredo
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right , can't log in with the admin account or any other account. the computer is a domain member , so when I boot to safe mode it asks to log in . I wanted to get them to the internet so i can connect and remove them from the domain and re add.
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by:atredo
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they are getting security descriptor error when trying to log in.
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by:Zaheer Iqbal
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The only possible way would be to use the local admin account.

Login and dis join from domain and then rejoin.

what remote software do you use to connect to your Computers ?

You can user password recovery tools if needed

http://www.petri.co.il/forgot_administrator_password.htm#
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by:Zaheer Iqbal
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what has caused this issue, disk corruption virus etc..
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by:atredo
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well, we dont know yet. Its a new Fujitsu laptop. The doctor took it home and cam in the next day with this problem. likely she got some malware or virus.
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Zaheer Iqbal earned 500 total points
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I would suggest a rebuild of the computer..
Do you get the error even if you login locally ?
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by:atredo
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I'm going to ship her a windows 7 CD, boot to that and run system restore. Is there any way to Safe Mode boot to Command without the login?
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by:atredo
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sorry, I didnt answer your question. cannot log in locally to tablet1\administrator (or other users accounts either.  )
Guest account is disabled for sure.
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by:atredo
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Just a thought, If its on the domain is there a way to unc from another system and force a system restore on boot?
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by:atredo
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note: attempted remote registry  attempt with no luck.  remoted into a different computer and the attempted RDP, no joy.  Downloaded PSEXE until, no joy there either. . no solution. I'm awarding the points for the attempt because i'm a subsciber but no solution was at hand.
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