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    thanks for the info.

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    The link in the original post appears to be down?

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    Great links! Thanks to all who posted.
    Information is like water...

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    thanks

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    Thank you for all the links and information. The first link is 404 now btw.

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    Default BT3 chntpw

    I just got BT3 from a friend who is all about throwing me to the wolves. We work at the same company and he's my shift manager.

    He gave me a NT box that has a virus on it one of our users has files on the box he needs. The user has forgotten the password to the PC and the Administrator password on this PC has been changed and we don't know the password. I can't connect the pc to the network due to the virus. I've used the chntpw to change the Admin password but when I try to login to the pc locally using the password I chose it denys me.

    Any help will be appreciated.

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    Here is an updated link for Slackware Linux Basics, it was still there, they just changed their directory tree.

    EDIT: Guess I can't post a direct link so here is the string instead!
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    slackbasics.org/html-singlepage/slackware-basics.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidsii View Post
    I just got BT3 from a friend who is all about throwing me to the wolves. We work at the same company and he's my shift manager.

    He gave me a NT box that has a virus on it one of our users has files on the box he needs. The user has forgotten the password to the PC and the Administrator password on this PC has been changed and we don't know the password. I can't connect the pc to the network due to the virus. I've used the chntpw to change the Admin password but when I try to login to the pc locally using the password I chose it denys me.

    Any help will be appreciated.
    first thing i would do is GET THAT MACHINE THE FRACK OFF THE NETWORK
    second thing do a forensics level dump of the drive
    next use the tools in BackTrack to forceably remove the virus (and you may want to brute force the password hive) and by the way you may also want to grab those files off since

    if you can't get the machine to act right go to the Nuke and Pave route

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    Thanks everyone for sharing such informative links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertltux View Post
    first thing i would do is GET THAT MACHINE THE FRACK OFF THE NETWORK
    second thing do a forensics level dump of the drive
    next use the tools in BackTrack to forceably remove the virus (and you may want to brute force the password hive) and by the way you may also want to grab those files off since

    if you can't get the machine to act right go to the Nuke and Pave route
    Yeah removing it from the network is a must. I was able to mnt the drive and copy the SAM file to my jump drive. I used a brute force on it after dumping the hashes to a txt file. Afterwards I was able change the admin password and pull the OST file off the pc. Thanks for all the suggestions.

    I've used Red Hat Linux but Slakware has in my opinion is alot better than

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