RE: Removing the NTLM Hashes from the AD & SAM?

From: George M. Garner Jr. (
Date: 03/05/02

From: "George M. Garner Jr." <>
To: <>
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2002 10:58:50 -0500

Actually, on Windows XP there is a local security policy that will do
this, unless you are using Home. The local security policy editor is
generally preferable to hacking the registry since it will always do the
right thing.



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