Re: Default Administrator lockout

From: Roger Abell [MVP] (
Date: 02/25/04

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    Beginning with XP the built-in Administrator account can
    be made to function as a fail-safe admin login for a safe
    mode boot only.

    "burano" <> wrote in message
    > Hi,
    > I have got the default administrator account (it is not a renamed account
    > anything like it, the SID is correct) on a Windows 2003 DC to lock out.
    > Aanyone else have this at all? Thought it was impossible to do as it is a
    > backdoor.
    > Thanks

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