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Is there any recommended software to reset your computer password? So far I have used hbcd there are some interesting tools there, but since 2012 the business there has not been updated and do not know how much it will work on Do you know a tool that does the job?

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The problem is that any such software changes things in the internal files of the operating system, and I am afraid it will have a good effect on the system, and this specific computer is too important to me to start with such problems ...

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If there is a Microsoft account must be reset through Microsoft, if it is a local account then do not need software, only disk / USB installation of .


1. Upload from USB installation

2. Press SHIFT + F10

3. Write the following commands

move c: \ windows \ system32 \ utilman.exe c: \ windows \ system32 \ utilman.exe.bak copy c: \ windows \ system32 \ cmd.exe c: \ windows \ system32 \ utilman.exe


4. Restart and let WINDOWS go up as usual, on the lock screen press the UTILITY MANAGER button



5. In the CMD window that opens, use the command to reset the password:

net user Username *
  1. Replace "username" with the username. (You can use the "net user" command to get a list of usernames)
  2. 6. To restore the original utilman.exe please reboot from USB installation, SHIFT + F10, and the commands:
  3. del c: \ windows \ system32 \ utilman.exe clean c: \ windows \ system32 \ utilman.exe.bak c: \ windows \ system32 \ utilman.exe



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Refreshing the arsenal of tools with a tool that is safe for the computer, two days ago I was asked to open a computer that was locked for them (for the avoidance of doubt, for free, help for the family ...) and not quite sure I could do it, in the end they did not come to me. Could help.

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The question is whether Did not add protection against it, in windows 10 things have changed to prevent such things, like the patchguard and there must be more things., The question is if anyone knows the changes and knows it will not make problems.

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I did not encounter any problems.

The question of course is also, what are you using.

and besides that, Full of free and non-free solutions to the issue.

Therefore, the purpose of the discussion is not clear to me.


It's really not interesting what and why you do with it.

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