Reset your Windows Server 2008 R2 Password with Linux Kernel

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    • #44221

      Hello loyal Win2008workstation users.

      Thought it would be wonderful to share this great piece of software called Offline NT Password & Registry Editor which uses a small Linux kernel to reset your password. I have posted a tutorial on YouTube on how to clear your R2 password should you ever come across this unfortunate circumstance. Just pop in a blank CD, burn the ISO and never worry about losing your Windows password again! Works with most modern NT-based Windows OS including XP, 2003, Vista, 2008,7, and R2. Both 32-bit and 64-bit.

      The download link to the program itself is contained within the description of the YouTube link below.

    • #51679

      Windows Password Recovery Can help you reset forgotten Windows password, you can enter Windows directly without entering any password with the Windows password recovery tool. So it is the best way to reset your lost Windows password.

    • #51680
      hackerman1
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      @sunnycolund wrote:

      Windows Password Recovery…….
      ………..So it is the best way to reset your lost Windows password.

      Best ?
      Well, that can be discussed….

      You need to first save your password before you can “recover”.
      Windows Password Recovery needs a reset disk:
      “If you forget your Windows password, you can use a password reset disk to create a new one. We recommend that you create a password reset disk when you create your password, so you don’t lose access to your files and information.”

      http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/create-a-password-reset-disk

    • #51681

      I use this tool: windows password unlocker to reset the windows password, it helps to create a password reset disk and then remove the password, very easy to reset the password.

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