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Windows Thread, logon problem to windows2003 server in Technical; There's no chance you can do it from a command prompt. Realistically a registry hack and a reboot is what ...
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    There's no chance you can do it from a command prompt. Realistically a registry hack and a reboot is what you'd be looking at.

    A quick google and here's what I found

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    hmm getting into the registry remotely is proving to be a pain but thanks michael that looks like the only way ahead.. i'll try a few more tricks before I resign myself to a rebuild. At least it is the easter holiday!

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    new hard disk, rebuild and system state restore - jobs a good'un! Looks like random file corruption /missing system files as what i did look at seemed to point to random missing files from system32 and a few other weird things. thanks all for trying



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