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WindowsNT workstation Domain


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#1 Converse21

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 11:09 PM

Hello! :)

Yesterday my aunt gave a computer its a WinowsNT Workstation 4.0 with internet explorer.
when she gave it to me she told me she didnt know the password so i made a Hirens CD and deleted the password
so the password problem was dealt with. Now this is where i need help.

In the log-in screen it has the user name box, the password box and a drop-down list of domains
i really dont know what those domains are for but i was wondering if it was possible to log-in without the domain option like getting rid of it or a way to bypass it?


this is the box i see when i try to login:

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Posted 31 May 2011 - 04:27 PM

I was wondering if i could use an registry program that opens up on boot..

like Hirens.. i edit the Hirens .iso and add a registry editor from there i will change the values to the registry about the login part to get rid of the domain or all if possible is this a good idea?




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