Tools for searching Windows Administrator Account
I wanted to rename the Windows Server 2003 administrator account of a
domain to something else.
Prior to renaming, I wanted to make use that the administrator account
has not been used by any services. For I don't want to stop any
services created by my predecessors running using this account
I am looking for tools and/or scripts which help to search for the
administrator account being used on the system.
Any help is much appreciated.
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- Re: Tools for searching Windows Administrator Account
... Prior to renaming, I wanted to make use that the administrator account ... How about looking in Start/Control Panel/Adminstrative Tools/Services? ...