In the spirit of this question, I have a windows machine that is a member of an Active Directory network, but the network is unreachable due to mistake in the network configuration that is not yet resolved. However, we can restore connectivity easily if we were able to change IP address.
The problem is, we cannot login except with a cached domain credentials of a non-administrator user that hasn't the privileges to change IP address. Is there anyway in this situation to change the IP address of the machine? Note that:
- We cannot ship things to the machine or ship the machine back to us, only have it connected to the network.
- The local user (administrator) is disabled. No other local users were configured.