Posted 27 February 2007 - 06:38 AM
If this is a company computer I would be very careful what you do in regards to circumventing administrative rights. What Budapest recommends does not break Administrative Rights, and may not even work depending on how the Privileges are granted, but the attempt in it's self may violate company policy. I do not know what your wife's company policies are, but care should be taken.
If she is turning in this computer I would contact the System Administrator and ask him\her if you can wipe the drive. Many times when new employees receive an old computer it is wiped so they may not have access to someone else's data. If it is that company's policy to do so it would be easier to format and\or wipe the drive.
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