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Security lockout from Win2k workstation

By mlee1130 ·
i have changed some of the security settings in the Win2k, from my workstation. After I logged out, I was locked out. the error of the logon message was " local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively"
is there a way to get back on without reinstalling win2k???

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by JustMeAngie In reply to Security lockout from Win ...

i know that you can go into regedit in safe mode and remove whatever password is holding you up i believe its under HKEY LOCAL MACHINE and then network i believe but i cannot be positive i dont have alot of experience in REGISTRY changes but i know i have done that if i am not mistaken Hope you find an answer MAKE SURE you go into safe mode

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by mlee1130 In reply to Security lockout from Win ...

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by shmaltz In reply to Security lockout from Win ...

Use the LOCAL administrator account to log on and change the setting. If you still get the message then try connection to the registry remotly and change the settings.

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