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12 Jul 2005
My friend forgot his Windows XP Professional login password, now his computer boots up to the login screen and ONLY shows his account name there and asks for a password which he doesn't know.. is there any way to find this out?

could the UBCD4Win disk do this for me?

2 Jun 2005
Without going through the network setup in the UBCD4Win bootup, is there a way to automatically load the cd in a computer, have it automatically join the workgroup called "WORKGROUP" and automatically map a drive say drive w: to a local share of another pc on the LAN. This would be good for when I take in a new pc from somebody, hook it up to my router and then boot the computer with the ubcd4win disc. This would automatically give me a mapped network share to backup files to/from quickly without having to manually go through the network setup and add mapped drives, etc..

I just actually saw something on the pe network configurator about loading a network config file, I am not sure if I could do all of the above via this method... I am also interested in being able to do the above when regular windows loads as well. So I could pop in a floppy or cd and have windows automatically configured to my lan settings, using a static ip address and have some default mappings set up.. this would save me the time of doing it all manually..
2 Jun 2005
Has anybody ever used this cd? it's basically like two cd's in one. It has UBCD4Win on it as well as another menu system that runs from your installed Windows with a bunch more tools on it. I wonder if this cd came from this company or not: http://www.techxpress.net/
1 Jun 2005
I am using UBCD4Win to boot up a heavily infected pc connected to my LAN with viruses and malware. I am concerned that this infected pc could then in turn infect the other pcs on my lan. What is the best way to go about keeping all of my other pcs on my lan from becoming infected? I need to keep all the pcs networked together so that I can download files from these other pcs onto the infected pc. Also, I usually will take the infected pc's important files and copy them to the harddrive of a good pc on my lan for backup purposes. Then fix the infected pc and copy the files back onto it.

Would simplily running a software firewall such as ZoneAlarm on all the GOOD pcs on my lan do the trick and keep them safe?

Also, what is the easiest way to set up a share so that when I boot a pc with UBCD4Win, I can just punch in a quick share name and be able to access other LAN harddrives. The problem I see with this is what if my other pcs are using a different workgroup, etc. I imagine UBCD4Win defaults to "WORKGROUP" for the workgroup name and my other lan pcs are using something different for the workgroup name.
1 Jun 2005
I am a little confused on this whole Ram drive concept and when you are supposed to use the menu option "Clear Ram Drive". Can somebody explain what this all means to me and why you would need to clean it?

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