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How to bypass Windows Server 2012 password in 5 minutes?

Oct 19, 2012/ Posted by Justin Garcia
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The password reset disk is often regarded as the best solution to deal with the problem on bypassing Windows password. However, most users haven't a password reset disk prepared in advance. Is it still possible to unlock Windows Server 2012 password in this method? Actually, with the help of some Windows Server 2012 password bypass tools, you are also able to create a password reset disk with a CD/DVD or USB flash drive to unlock your password. Want to learn more? You can try Windows Password Reset Ultimate, reliable and versatile software. The following passage is the introduction on how to use it for your reference. The whole process will only take you 5 minutes.

Step 1. Create the password reset disk

1: Download and install Anmosoft Windows Password Reset Ultimate, then insert a blank CD/DVD or USB flash drive prepared in advance on an accessible computer.

2: Select the USB drive you used and click Start.

3: When the burning is completed, insert the burned disk into your locked Windows Server 2012 computer. Then open the locked computer from the burned CD/DVD or USB flash drive.

Step 2. Bypass Administrator password with the disk

1: Select the target Windows system, and then select accounts you want to reset password for. Then Click Next.

2: Now you have set a password successfully. Click Reboot, and then restart the system.

Hope you can benefit a lot from this article when you want to unlock your Windows Server 2012 password. I believe that Anmosoft Windows Password Reset is the best choice for you.

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