quinta-feira, 29 de março de 2012 00:25
I changed the computer login screen to require you to know the user name and password. (working on hooking into a company server) After changing this I realized that the computer is not on the server properly, and now need to login to the computer under the orginal user name. (I know the password) Is there a way in bios or something to look up usernames on the computer?
- Editado Jshho37 quinta-feira, 29 de março de 2012 00:27
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quinta-feira, 29 de março de 2012 03:09ModeradorHi,
According to the description, the issue seems to be related to Windows 7. As we mainly focus on the Server Core question about Windows Server system and here is not the best support resource for Windows 7, it is recommend you to get further support in the corresponding community so that you can get the most qualified pool of respondents. Thanks for your understanding.For your convenience, I have list the related link as followed.Windows 7 IT Pro
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- Marcado como Resposta Vincent HuModerator terça-feira, 3 de abril de 2012 06:27
sexta-feira, 4 de maio de 2012 06:35
I always change my windows 7 password to protect my data on my laptop. But last time when I drunk, I change it again. When I waked up, I forgot windows 7 password.
It's so emergency because it's my work notebook. So I find some free windows 7 password reset tool to reset it, but failed.
At last, I went to internet to find the Windows Login Recovery tool which help me reset windows 7 password to blank just for 5 minutes.