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Originally Posted by hanleyhansen
This will work as long as user accounts are found on the local computer. But most networks boot of the domain like in a college for example so this will give you a handfull of useless admin and Windows utility accounts that won't really do you any good if your logging into the domain.
that means that if you are able to get into the cmd you can just as well type in this command:

net user Administrator 1234

to change the admin password?