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I have a big problem. I placed a computer on a domain, from the workgroup. The problem is, is that I did not give the new domain user's account rights to the old workgroup profile account. Now that the computer has been transferred over to the new domain I cannot access the old profile account, even with local admin rights on the box. My question is, is there a program that will enable me to get into a file that I have no rights to? I am guessing reverting the computer back to the workgroup would be fine IF I had written down the exact name of the computer, prior to the switching to the domain, which of course i did not. Arrghh I'm so mad at myself, this gentlemen definitely needs to access these files again. Please HELP!!!
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Never mind, I think I figured it out already. I must go and change the ownership of the profile. Once I login I should be able to do so and then I'll be able to access everything.
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