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Administrator Bypass

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#1 voidstuff


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Posted 09 October 2007 - 10:29 PM

Wanted to know if possible, and to what degree I can bypass secuity of a computer that is protected by administrator and only guest accounts are enabled. This is to intall a game into my college's PC xD and this way have enough space in the hard disk :thumbsup::flowers: !!

I tryed booting into safe mode, but I could not. Anyway I'm not shure if booting into safe mode is helpfull. Tried pressing "del"
, F2, F8 , F12, Ctrl+S and Esc but i could only enter to the bios menu and boot selection priority. What are all the ways I can try booting into safe mode?

Probably the ways of bypassing administrator are different, I would be helpfull if any knows something about them. Thanks
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Posted 09 October 2007 - 10:34 PM

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