Monday, May 16, 2011

2 Options to Reset Windows Server 2003 Password Directly!

Computers that run the Windows Server 2003 operating system often have multiple users who log in to the server on a regular basis. If one of these users forgets his password, you can reset it by logging into the system with an account that has administrative permissions. As an administrator, you have full control over the Windows server, so you can reset Windows Server 2003 password for any user.

Well, many of us may know something on Windows password recovery for Windows 7/XP/Vista or other personal PC, but  they have not enoght knowledge on how to reset Windows Server 2003 password. As this issue, here I would like to present you 2 workable ways to reset domain password on Windows Server 2003.
Option 1: Take an Available Administrative Password Instead
Firstly, login into the server with administrative level privileges, and then take the following steps for resetting Windows Server 2003 password.
  1. Click on “Start”, “Administrative Tools”, then “Computer Management”
  2. Double-click on “Local Users and Groups”
  3. Click on “Users”
  4. Right-Click on the user you wish to change the password for > Click “Set Password” > Proceed
  5. Now, enter in the desired password twice > click “OK” to save the changes.
Option 2: Take a Windows Password Recovery Tool for Usage
We sometimes need a Windows password recovery software to reset the Windows Server password for Windows 2003 if we can not log in with administrative password. In the website, I have found a tool named Windows Password Unlocker Enterprise, which is especially designed to both reset Windows local and domain password without any question for Windows 7/XP/Vista/2000  and Windows Server (R2)2003/(R2)2008. Next is the video on how to reset Windows Server 2003 password with this Windows Password Unlocker Enterprise utility.

1 comment:

  1. In fact, when we lost Windows password the best way is admin password or reset disk. If you have one of them you can try them at first. But when all you don't have I think the quickest and the best way will be reset software. For my experience, for reset software I prefer to Anmosoft Windows Password Reset, which can help reset, change or create a user password, and you can know more from:
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