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Hello neerajsahu,

If you are referring to Microsoft Windows based operating systems, there is no default password.

The default configuration w/ respect to passwords on user accounts is there is no password set on any user accounts until one is assigned by someone.

Beginning w/ Microsoft Windows XP, with respect to Safe Mode, the password is unaffected when entering Safe Mode. If a password is required to enter a user profile in Normal Mode then the same password is required for that user in Safe Mode.

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