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Bathusi

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My machine does not respond to network credentials but the port shows that it is active.when i try to log on locally in the machine it indicates that the account is disabled and i should check with the system administrator
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If it's Vista or 7, that's normal for Administrator to be disabled.

What are you trying to do?
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Im trying to access the machine and it states that the administrator account is disabled. When i try to access it through a domain of our organisation it refuses to accept the correct network credentials.but i hace decided to use the password remover, even though the admin account is disabled?????
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The Admin account is disabled locally. If it's on a domain that's an entirely different issue.
Removing passwords from the local machine isn't going to fix anything if the issue is with the domain setup.
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