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Windows: How to reset the administrator password?

Is there any option to bypass the login of Windows 7 or Win XP at login screen when it ask for the username and password?

Can we login without entering the Username and Password as a Admin?

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marked as duplicate by Mehper C. Palavuzlar, studiohack Mar 3 '11 at 14:52

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Blank passwords are the simplest method - if Windows 7 has ONE user, and that user has no password, you will not even be prompted. A username with a blank password cannot be used for remote login (by default) - but aside from that (beneficial) limitation, it's great for situations where you do not want or need a login.

I believe XP will still prompt for a login, but having a blank password also renders XP accounts ineligible for RDP.

In either case, you can use a user with administrative rights.

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