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Removing another user's password

  1. #11


    Yeah, but I really wanted to log on as Joe to check certain settings and configs. I imagine that, even if I crack his local password hash, it won't work now that he's using the MS option.

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  2. #12


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    Nope. You'll need to talk to Joe to have him sign in for you.
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