Password less account
robh at acprog.ifas.ufl.edu
Fri Feb 12 13:54:16 GMT 1999
Mike Brodbelt wrote:
> > My attempts so far with this have resulted in a machine that auto
> > logins as a local user to the workstation. Unfortunaly, I now cant
> > undo it again - tweekui doesnt have the 'network' tab unless you are
> > admin, and an ordinary user cant edit the registry. (Ive gone and
> > set the entire file system to Read for everybody....)
> > Any one know of an 'su' type command for NT, before I re-install
> > this workstation ?.
> If your machine is part of a domain, you can logon to any other machine
> in the domain with admin rights, and from regedit, connect a network
> registry. Then you can undo the grief.....
I belive you can logoff/logon or restart the workstation and
hold the shift key down during what would be your autologon.
This should kill all special functions of the login and give
you a normal login window.
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