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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #10

    Hello AFRet96, :)

    Is this in a command prompt at boot instead of from within Windows?
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       #11

    Brink said:
    Hello AFRet96, :)

    Is this in a command prompt at boot instead of from within Windows?
    Yes it is at boot but I think I know why. My laptop has lost all the HDD data. When I diskpart list disk it shows my HDD with no storage used. I am doing a clean install now.
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       #12

    I'm sorry to hear that. I hope you had backups and the clean install goes smoothly.
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       #13

    Hey Brink, is there any way i can get to know other user account's passwords?
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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       #14

    idkihavenoname said:
    Hey Brink, is there any way i can get to know other user account's passwords?
    We're not allowed to discuss such manners as per the forum rules.

    If you're an administrator on the computer, then you could change or reset the password of any user though.

    Password of User Account - Change in Windows 10

    Password of User Account - Reset in Windows 10
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       #15

    I ran the wmic and see on my windows which is autologged in under my outlook.com email. Many of the items are not the way I want them to be. As in expires=True and so forth.
    How does one Edit the settings so that all the items are True?
    Is it in Policy Editor or someplace?

    I also have no administrator account nor ANY other accounts showing. Which is fine, I have never used the Admin account, as I am the sole user, so I have no need for one.

    Microsoft should offer Account Tools right from the Login screen so that one can totally control it all from there.
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  7. Brink's Avatar
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       #16

    Hello kb50, :)

    You'll need to have an administrator account to change any setting that requires elevated rights.

    Which specific settings did you want to change?
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       #17

    to jest dobre oto chodziło dzięki

    English translation:

    this is a good thing about it thanks to
    Last edited by Brink; 15 Dec 2019 at 11:53. Reason: Please only post in English
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