By peter.amoo ·
i completely for got the password for a particular workstation .what can i do to logon to the workstation.

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by The Scummy One In reply to password

This is an easy thing to do. Go to the store and pick up some memory enhancers. Take the dosage as it states on the label, no more, no less. Keep this up until your memory returns.

If your memory is poorer than most, you may need to see a doctor to get a prescription. This may also be the case if your memory does not return for a prolonged period of time.

Another suggestion, take the computer to a repair shop or call a mobile repair service. If it is critical and you just cannot wait for the memory to work, this is the best option.

For another option, sometimes you need to 'jolt' your memory into functioning. The best way for this is to get a powerful jolt. Find a sturdy tree or wall, and bang your head really, really hard against it repeatedly. If these jolts do not help, get in your car and find open road with no traffic. Speed up to 100 MPH, and find a large, large tree, aim for it. For this to work properly, make sure the seatbelt is NOT on and the airbag has been removed before attempting.

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by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to password

Rosemary to be precise. It's properties are known for improving alertness and helping with study and memory.
Of course I'm serious.

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hmmm -- really?

by The Scummy One In reply to Aromatherapy.

is that supposedly true?

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It would be especially helpful

by seanferd In reply to hmmm -- really?

if the subject were surrounded by the fragrance of rosemary when originally committing the password to memory.

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In which case, re-entering the state of ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to It would be especially he ...

Inebriation - from whence the 'brilliant idea for a password' came from - might help!

Can't think of any booze that smells of Rosemary though.

Don't even know anyone called Rosemary.

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Yep. State-dependant memory.

by seanferd In reply to In which case, re-enterin ...

Helps to reconstruct your perceptual environment. Especially if it generated the memory (password).

Wait! I remember! The password is Old Dan Tucker!

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That is supposedly true.

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to hmmm -- really?

Rosemary has astringent properties, too. Used in shampoo it can help control dandruff.

See how helpful I can be?

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So anti-dandruff = memory enhancement ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to That is supposedly true.

All those little white bits must be discarded memories eh? :^0

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Next time don't use a password

by Slayer_ In reply to password

Cause you obviously cannot re-member it :).

I wish I could help you, but hacking passwords is one of those things that if you don't know, you never will know.

Which is too bad cause I have needed to on several occasions, hack into computers for friends who have forgotten their own passwords. And once for a father that suspected his kid of surfing naughty websites and wanted me to hack his machine and check the histories... Father was right, kid was into child hentai.

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