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Win 7 Pro.  Trust relationship problem on win 7 pro computer.  Just wondering what fre e program I can use to boot to to fix this.  I don't know that administrator account.
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by:JAN PAKULA
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run that (iso bootable image)


http://pogostick.net/~pnh/ntpasswd/

and change password for administrator (local account) (you have to boot computer from this cd)

and tutorial here


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWnV5SM7iS0
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If you disconnect the network cable you can log on with domain admin account. Plug cable back in after and un-rejoin domain.
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Disconnect your workstation from the network by unplugging the network cable. Then login using the domain credential that you regularly use to logon (this is actually locally cached). Once logged on, connect the workstation to the network.

Disjoin the computer from the domain.

Delete the computer account on the domain. and Recreate the computer account on the OU.

Reboot the workstation and rejoin the workstation to the domain.
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