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    MPGH I need help again...

    Ok I need to know how to get the password to my administrative account on windows vista.
    I'm on the account, but i forgot my pass so I'm scared to let it in sleep mode or turn it off...
    How can I get my password from the account?

    Will +rep and thank for successful method.

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    How to Retrieve a Lost Windows XP Password - wikiHow

    let me know if those steps do not work

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    vista != xp


    derp derp

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruffy2 View Post
    How to Retrieve a Lost Windows XP Password - wikiHow

    let me know if those steps do not work
    If that says windows XP why would I try it?
    XP and vista are different in so many ways that if its not funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by SidTwist View Post


    If that says windows XP why would I try it?
    XP and vista are different in so many ways that if its not funny
    Quote Originally Posted by Saboteur View Post
    vista != xp


    derp derp

    The Administrator trick works for all Windows Operating Systems.
    Do some research before you criticize.

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    Here you go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Create View Post
    Lemme try this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Create View Post
    He could just login as ADMINISTRATOR with no password, run cmd and edit user settings from there. It's much simpler and requires no downloads.


    To SidTwist: If you don't feel like reading what I posted, do any of these:
    1: Right click on my computer and select "Manage". On the left side select "local users and groups" and then "Users". Your login name will appear in the right hand side. Right click on it and select "Set Password". Fill in the fields or leave them empty. Apply it and your done.
    2: Go to "control panel" and Select "User Accounts". In the window select "change an account" and then select which user. From there you select "Remove password" And, if it works, you're done. I have encountered it before that it asks for the password before it will remove it.
    3: Go to "Start", "Run". Type in "cmd" to bring up the command window. In the window type:
    "net user *USERNAME* 1234"
    "net user" Always in the beginning. After the word "user" is a space and the user name. (NB) This does not work with user names which is more than 1 word. Example 'user 1' would not work where 'User1' would work. After the user name has been typed in there is another space and then a new password where I typed 1234.
    So... "net user *USERNAME* 1234"
    ***

    ***=Easiest and guaranteed.

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    echo Username:
    set /P username=
    net user %username% *
    echo Type a password for the user:
    echo Retype the password to confirm:
    set /P username=
    net user %username% *


    Save it as a .bat

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    The thing is that I want to know what the password is, not change it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SidTwist View Post
    The thing is that I want to know what the password is, not change it.
    Download Cain & Abel then brute force it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Genesis View Post


    Download Cain & Abel then brute force it...
    I can do disks, and my USB is lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SidTwist View Post
    The thing is that I want to know what the password is, not change it.
    OphCrack is pretty much your last option then, unless you left yourself with Password Hints.

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    You might still be able to do Cain and Abel...
    Try installing to your computer then running it...
    I've gotten it to work without CD's before...

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    ophcrack is legit
    works f0 me

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