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  • #16
    RE: Network Gurus attn:

    If the administrator changed her password, guess she's off the hook. The administrator is still around, right? Or, did the administrator take a hike as well? Inquiring minds want to know. ~(:>} Yah, that's the one lil' hair I have left on top! I think of it as my antenna.

    If the administrator is gone too, I know in Win 2k, a power user has admin rights. Any power users? (Don't know if NT4 has such a thing but maybe it does under a different name??

    kenn
    TYVM :) kenn

    Knowing what you can achieve will not become reality until you imagine and explore.

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    • #17
      RE: Network Gurus attn:

      Hi Ken,
      The latest word I have now is that it was the administrator that
      changed her own password and then left without saying a word to anyone.
      Some of you folks have mentioned that there should be some level of
      criminal intent brought against her. I seriously doubt that will
      happen since this system is in a church administration office.

      efs

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      • #18
        RE: Network Gurus attn:

        >>I know in Win 2k, a power user has admin rights

        No Ken, a Power User does not have Admin Rights.

        There are many way to setup a new Admin in a Win2K server.

        What is the status of the server at this time?
        Is the server running?
        Can it be access by other computers in your network?
        Does the server have Active Directory Install?
        Is the server a Domain Controller?

        There are programs on the market that will let you reset a Win2k server Admin password.

        Best of luck.
        RF-ARS Motorola

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        • #19
          RE: Network Gurus attn:


          Ed,

          Too bad. Moneys spent solving the problem could have been used for ministries. Wonder how they'd feel if it was characterized as a theft? In a significant way, that's exactly what it is.

          -- tom

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          • #20
            RE: Network Gurus attn:

            Ray,

            You're right, a power user doesn't have admin rights. However, power users can change system settings. Whether that helps or not I don't know. Maybe a bit short.

            kenn
            TYVM :) kenn

            Knowing what you can achieve will not become reality until you imagine and explore.

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            • #21
              RE: Network Gurus attn:

              Ken,

              Power users can change some setting, but not admin setting.

              RF-ARS Motorola

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