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Disabling of a Password ?

By muahwafa ·
Sometime i goes to offices for installations, i stuck in one when i saw that the
( Start menue --> setting --> cotrol penel -->internet option -->content --> content Advisor )content advisor passowrd is "ENABLE"
and the useer of the computer don'tknow that, what was the password HE/HER Entered in.
At that time i do it in a wrong way ! :)
,It takes some times.
but i really want to know that
Q:- how can i "DISABLED" this password by a simple method ?

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by JnlGuy In reply to Disabling of a Password ?

The content adviser password can be disabled this way.

All the Content Advisor settings are stored in the key below. If you no longer have the password, then simply delete the key, and all the settings will be removed.

Open you registry, find the key below. Single click on the key to highlight it, press the DELETE key, or alternatively select Delete from the Edit menu.

Close Internet Explorer, re-open it, and the Content Advisor feature should be disabled.

Key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Ratings]

Hope this helps you out. Jerry

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by muahwafa In reply to Disabling of a Password ?

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by ulrichda In reply to Disabling of a Password ?

go to the mother board, and remove the cmos battery, turn on the system, then replace the battery.

This will eliminate the password.

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