It's a very funny situation actually. I installed Windows 7 to a friend's machine, and must have added my own password there. Now, my friend can't login, and I don't want to share the password with him, because I use it to manage other accounts. My friend is in another country, so it is impossible that I physically access the machine. On top of everything, there is almost no software installed on the machine that could help (Team Viewer for instance).
If I know the password, but cannot access the machine directly, what would be a possible solution. Reinstall is possible, but highly unwanted, because my friend is not that tech savvy.
I though if possible to boot from some kind of a bootable Linux CD with TeamViewer installed, and try to install an auto-booting version of TeamViewer for Windows, so I can reach the login screen (remember, I know the password already, bc I set it up:) )