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Forgot Windows Server 2012 Password? A Simple Way to Reset It!

Nov 21, 2012/ Posted by Justin Garcia
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Forgot Windows Server 2012 password

With the release of Windows Server 2012 in this September, it attracts more and more attention from different enterprises. There is no doubt that Windows Server 2012 is competitive to meet the changes of business and the development of IT technology. As a result, the issue on Windows Server 2012 password becomes more and more important to us. What will you do when you forgot your Windows Server 2012 password?

In this passage, I'd like to introduce you a very simple way to reset you Windows Server 2012 password when forgot it -- make use of Anmosoft Windows Password Reset Ultimate. It is powerful and easy - to - use Windows Server 2012 password reset software. What's more, it is reliable enough for no data lost will be caused in the process to reset Windows Server 2012. Now, you can refer to the following steps.

Step 1: Download and install Anmosoft Windows Password Reset Ultimate on an accessible computer.

Step 2: Put a prepared blank CD/DVD or USB drive into the computer, follow the guide to make a password reset disk.

Step 3: Insert the disk into your locked computer to reset Windows Server 2012 password.

Step 4: Select your Windows system, and then click Next.

Step 5: Select the user accounts you want to reset password for, click Next to go on the reset of Windows Server 2012 password.

Step 6: Tap on the Reboot to restart your Windows Server 2012 system.

Now, you can login onto your Windows Server 2012 without any password. Quite easy, isn't?

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