I recently went into the workstation of a separated employee who refused to give us his login and blanked the password via an ntpasswd live usb. This worked as expected but when I got to the login screen I found that the "\" key was now the "#". This is the same result for all ps2 keyboards I connect. I can't imagine this has anything to do with the crack as it was just a standard SAM edit so I'm assuming that this was a preexisting issue.
(I don't have access to a usb keyboard and due to our current remote location it's unlikely that I'll have one anytime soon).
This is unfortunate as I need to log on locally but it's setup to default into a domain. The only way around this AFAIK is to type in "computer_name\user_name" as the user.
While I can access his files just fine, I really need to view his windows data in situ. Anyone have any suggestions such as a way to remap keys or change the default domain prior to login?