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Reset Windows Password screenshots

Reset Windows Password was developed for resetting, changing or recovering Windows logon passwords. For example, when the computer Administrator's password is lost or forgotten. To this day, Reset Windows Password is the most functionally richest solution in its class. The application supports all versions of Windows (based on NT), works with Active Directory, uses artificial intelligence power for recovering passwords instantly to certain accounts, can load hard disk drivers 'on the fly' and demonstrates a number of additional unique features.

The programs's interface is carried out in the form of a step-by-step wizard. Therefore, the operation process does not seem complicated to even an inexperienced user. For example, resetting an administrator password takes just three simple steps:

  1. Selecting SAM and SYSTEM registry (the application automatically searches all hard drives of the computer for the files.)
  2. Choosing a user account.
  3. Resetting the password.

Reset Windows Password

First, the program suggests to select one of the recovery modes: SAM – regular user accounts, AD – Active Directory accounts, DCC - domain cached passwords, UTILS - other tools and utilities. As you make the selection, the list of available operations should be available for the mode.

SAM - regular user accounts


AD - Active Directory domain accounts


DCC - domain cached credentials


UTILS - miscellaneous tools

 


Schematic description of logon types

SAM
A regular user account of any home PC. Password hashes are stored in SAM registry file on the same computer.
SAM authentication


Active Directory
A domain user account. Password hashes are stored in NTDS.DIT database on domain PC.
Active Directory authentication


DCC
Cached credentials of domain accounts. Password hashes can be stored (depending on domain security policy) on the local PC. The account login is performed either through the domain or using the cached credentials.
DCC authentication

DCC cache authentication