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How to Reset AD Password for Windows Server 2000, 2003 and 2008?


Have you ever forgotten Active Directory (AD) password? Do you know how to reset AD password? Is there any Windows password reset software to do AD password reset? If not, what to do to reset AD password? Before answering these questions and do AD password reset, you need to what is active directory, Windows domain and domain controller.
What is Active Directory?Active Directory is used by system administrators to store information about users, assign security policies, and deploy software. It was released first with Windows 2000 Server edition and refined further in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 and was renamed Active Directory Domain Services. AD components include such domains, domain controllers, trust relationships, forests, organizational units, etc. What is a domain controller?
According to Wiki, a domain controller is a server that responds to security authentication requests (logging in, checking permissions, etc.) within the Windows Server domain. The domain controllers in your network are the centerpiece of your Active Directory service. It stores user account information, authenticates users and enforces security policy for a Windows domain. When you install Windows Server on a computer, you can choose to configure a specific server role for that computer. When you want to create a new domain, or an additional domain controller in an existing domain, you configure the server with the role of domain controller by installing AD DS.
What is a Domain?A domain is a concept introduced in Windows NT whereby a user may be granted access to a number of computer resources with the use of a single username and password combination.
The domain concept not only allows a user to have access to resources that may be on different servers, but it also allows one domain to be given access to another domain in a trust relationship. In this arrangement, the user need only log in to the first domain to also have access to the second domain's resources as well.
So it is hard to say if there any windows password recovery software can reset AD password. Windows password recovery software like Windows Password Unlocker Enterprise can allow you to reset domain administrator password on Active directory for Windows server 2000/2003/2008.
Steps to reset domain administrator password
  • Step 1: Download and install Windows Password Unlocker Enterprise in any available computer.
  • Step 2: Run the software and insert a USB flash drive to computer.
  • Step 3: Select Domain Administrator and target USB drive, and then click the Burn button to start burning an ISO image file to the USB flash drive.
  • Step 4: Click ok when burning process is completed.
  • Step 5: Insert the burned USB flash drive to your locked computer and set the computer to boot from USB.
  • Step 6: Choose the way to reset AD password.
  • 2 options for you to reset domain password
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  • Option 1: Reset the default domain administrator password to Pa123456
  • Option 2: Reset AD password by creating a specified domain administrator account.
  • Step 7: Click YES to continue and click Ok when the domain password has been successfully reset.
Now you can log on your domain with the user name of administrator and password of 'Pa123456' if you select option 1. If you select option 2, you can log on domain with the username of 'passkiller' and password of 'Pa123456'.

on Oct 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Choosing A Good Doamain Name


Another good tip for successful web experience...enjoy it!


Choosing A Good Domain Name

Choosing a domain name for your site is one of the most important steps towards creating the perfect internet presence. If you run an on-line business, picking a name that will be marketable and achieve success in search engine placement is paramount. Many factors must be considered when choosing a good domain name. This article summarizes all the different things to consider before making that final registration step!


Short and Sweet

Domain names can be really long or really short (1 - 67 characters). In general, it is far better to choose a domain name that is short in length. The shorter your domain name, the easier it will be for people remember. Remembering a domain name is very important from a marketability perspective. As visitors reach your site and enjoy using it, they will likely tell people about it. And those people may tell others, etc. As with any business, word of mouth is the most powerful marketing tool to drive traffic to your site (and it's free too!). If your site is long and difficult to pronounce, people will not remember the name of the site and unless they bookmark the link, they may necer return.


Consider Alternatives

Unless a visitor reaches your site through a bookmark or a link from another site, they have typed in your domain name. Most people on the internet are terrible typists and misspell words constantly. If yoyr domain name is easy to misspell, you should think about alternate domain names to purchase. For example, if your site will be cleed "MikesTools.com", you should also consider buying "MikeTools.com" and "MikeTool.com". You should also secure the different top level domain names besides the one you will use for marketing purposes
("MikesTools.net", "Mikestools.org", etc.) You should also check to see if there are existing sites based on the misspelled version of the domain name you are considering. MikesTools.com" may be available, but "MikesTool.com" may be home to a graphic pornography site. You would hate for a visitor to walk away thinking you were hosting something they did not expect.

Also consider domain names that may not include the name of your company, but rather what your company provides. For example, if the name of your company is Mike's Tools, you may want to consider domain names that target what you sell. For example: "buyhammers.com" or "hammer-and-nail.com".com". Even though these example alternative domain names do not include the name of your company, it provides an avenue for visitors from your target markets. Remember that you can own multiple domain names, all of which can point to a single domain, For example, you could register "buyhammers.com", "hammer-and-nail.com", and "mikestools.com" and have "buyhammers.com" and "hammer-and-nail.com" point to "mikestools.com".


Hypens: Your Friend and Enemy

Domain name availability has become more and more scant over the years. Many single word domain names have been scooped up which it makes it more and more difficult to find a domain name that you like and is available. When selecting a domain name, you have the option of including hypens as part of the name. Hypens help because it allows you to clearly separate multiple words in a domain name, making it less likely that a person will accidentally misspell the name. For example, people are more likely to misspell "domainnamecenter.com" than they are "domain-name-center.com". Having words crunched together makes it hard on the eyes, increasing the likelihood of a misspelling. On the other hand, hyphens make your domain name longer. The longer the domain name, the easier it is for people to forget it altogether. Also, if someone recommends a site to someone else, they may forget to mention that each word in the domain name is separated by a hyphen. If do you choose to leverage hypens, limit the number of words between the hyphens to three. Another advantage to using hyphens is that search engines are able to pick up each unique word in the domain name as key words, thus helping to make you site more visible in search engine results.


Dot what?

There are many top level domain names available today including .com, .net, .org, and .biz. In most cases, the more unusual the top level domain, the more available domain names are available. However, the .com top level domain is far and away the most commonly used domain on the internet, driven by the fact that it was the first domain extension put to use commercially and has received incredible media attention. If you cannot lay your hands on a .com domain name, look for a .net domain name, which is the second most commercially popular domain name extension.


Long Arm of the Law

Be very careful not to register domain names that include trademarked names. Although internet domain name law disputes are tricky and have few cases in existence, the risk of a legal battle is not a risk worth taking. Even if you believe your domain name is untouchable by a business that has trademarked a name, do not take the chance: the cost of litigation is extremely high and unless you have deep pockets you will not likely have the resources to defend yourself in a court of law. Even stay away from domain names in which part of the name is trademarked: the risks are the same.


Search Engines and Directories

All search engines and directories are different. Each has a unique process for being part of the results or directory listing and each has a different way of sorting and listing domain names. Search engines and directories are the most important on-line marketing channel, so consider how your domain name choice affects site placement before you register the domain. Most directories simply list links to home pages in alphabetical order. If possible, choose a domain name with a letter of the alphabet near the beginning, ("a" or "b"). For example, "aardvark-pest-control.com" will come way above "does-pest-control.com". However, check the directories before you choose a domain name. You may find that the directories you would like be in are already cluttered with domain names beginning with the letter "a". Search engines scan websites and sort results based on key words. Key words are words that a person visiting a search engine actually search on. Having key words as part of your domain name can help you get better results.


Good luck!

on Jan 06, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to register Domain name


It's simple to register the .net Domain name,You can reach here
Whoisxy.com get the Domain name registration service and register it... You can get the ,Net extension domain name there ,they provide many free service.

Nov 20, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I want to transfer domain name from one company to another I do not know how to do it?


When you register or transfer a domain to your website account, your server operator designates you as the owner of the domain and places the domain in its database for management and use with your website account.

If you want to transfer your domain name to another registrar, the first step is to unlock the domain name.

Note: To protect against fraudulent transfers, most servers place domains in a "Protected" or "Locked" status. Unfortunately, this can prevent legitimate transfers as well.

To unlock your domain name:

1. Log in to your website account.

2. Click My Domains.

3. Click the View All link. A list of all your domain names and the websites they are associated with appears.

Click on the plus sign next to a domain to expand the information box.
Click on the minus sign next to a domain to hide the information box.

4. Click edit domain lock for the domain name that you want to unlock. (If you do not see the edit domain lock link, you might need to click on the plus sign to expand the information box for your domain name.

5. Follow the on-screen prompts to unlock your domain name.

Once you have unlocked your domain name, the next step is to request your transfer authorization code. For your protection, all domain transfers require a unique authorization code; again, this is to prevent fraudulent transfers.

To request a transfer authorization code:

1. Log in to your website account.

2. Click My Domains.

3. Click the View All link. A list of all your domain names and the websites they are associated with will probably appear.

Click on the plus sign next to a domain to expand the information box.
Click on the minus sign next to a domain to hide the information box.

4. Click the email authorization code for the desired domain name. If you do not see the email authorization code link, you might need to click on the plus sign to expand the information box for your domain name.

5. Follow the on-screen prompts to have the authorization code sent to your administrative contact email address.

Once you've completed these two steps, you can initiate a domain transfer out of your website account through another third-party registrar. After you've found a company that meets your needs, you can submit a Change of Registrar Application through their website to initiate a transfer request for your domain name.

When you have transferred your domain name to your new registrar, please create a new help ticket, notifying us of this completion. Once we receive this confirmation, you server can remove the domain name from your website account, preventing any future billing.

This link will help you find other registrars:

http://www.icann.org/registrars/accredited-list.html


Notes:

Your server operator cannot remove the domain name upgrade from your website account unless they receive notification that your domain name has been successfully transferred out of itsservice.
Transferring your domain name to a new registrar does not constitute closure of your website account. If this is your intent, please remember that a closure request must be made separately.
If you have Domain Privacy enabled for your domain name, it will need to be disabled before the transfer can take place. Contact the operator directly so that your request canbe acted upon. Very important if you are on some type of automatic payment plan using a credit card.

May 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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CREATING TRUST RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO WINDOW DOMAIN(2003 server)


Using two domains for example Domain X and Domain Y.
You can create a two-way trust with domain-wide authentication.between the two domains if they belong to the same organisation depending on the imformation that you want to share or use between the two domains .you do this on an established domain controller for each domain.
  • STEPS
  • .On the server where you have domain controller for example on Domain X ,log on as an administrator then go to >Start >Administrative Tools >Active Directory Domains and Trusts.then Right-click on Domain X, go to > Properties. >click on "Trusts" tab. then > New Trust. click - [Next].
  • In the name field type the second domain to trust thats domain Y, in this case then click >next to continue
  • then Select the Direction of the Trust. either two way trust or one way but in this case its a two way then Click [Next].
  • In "Sides of the Trust", select the "This domain only" bullet. then [Next].
  • Set the Authentication level to "Domain-wide Authentication". then [Next].
  • you will be prompted to Enter a Trust Password twice. also Remember to make it strong enough to comply with password criteria in your domain security policy.
  • Click [Next] - [Next] - [Next].
  • Select the "No" bullet to the Outgoing Trust Confirmation - [Next].
  • Select the "No" bullet to the Incoming Trust Confirmation - [Next].
  • Click [Finish] - [OK].
  • Log off of DomainX ,
  • ON THE SECOND DOMAIN (DOMAIN Y) YOU PERFORM THE BELOW STEPS

  • Then .Login to DomainY using Administrator account.
  • go to > Start > Administrative Tools ->Active Directory Domains and Trusts.
  • Right-click on Domain Y, and select Properties. click on "Trusts" tab. Click the [New Trust...] then [Next].
  • in the Name field type domain X to indicate the domain to trust, then click [Next].
  • Select " the Direction of the Trust. in this case its a two way trust then Click [Next].
  • In "Sides of the Trust", select the "This domain only" bullet. Tthen Click [Next].
  • Set the Authentication level to "Domain-wide Authentication". then Click [Next].
  • you will be prompted to Enter a Trust Password twice.dont forget to use the same Trust Password that you used previously in the step above then Click [Next] - [Next] - [Next].
  • Select the "Yes" bullet to the Outgoing Trust Confirmation - [Next].
  • Select the "Yes" bullet to the Incoming Trust confirmation - [Next].
  • to finish Click [Finish] - [OK].
  • Then Log off of DomainY.

on Dec 30, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Does we need to pay for a domain name? Is there such thing as free domain? If yes, what is the best site that offer a domain name with good service..Thanks..


Yes you have to pay for domain names..there are some sites who provide you free sub domain name Eg.www.xxx.words.com...the provider name will be attached so you can buy a domain name...you can try here http://www.thewebpole.com/twp/domain-name-search/ to get it registered..

Apr 24, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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2 domains with a one-way trust relationship. Users on the 2nd domain have to re-login in order to use resources on the 1st domain. Is there a timeout on the trust? What is causing this?


It sounds like you might be dealing with 2 issues here.

When you setup a one way trust they are non-transitive. What this means is one of the domains (say A) is the Trusting domain and the other (B) is the Trusted domain. If you are familiar with the graphic presentations of trust relationships think of 2 circles, one labeled A and the other B. There would be an arrow pointing towards domain B from domain A. Users in B can use resources in A. Users in A cannot access resources in B. Global groups from B can be used in A, but not vice versa. Domain B will appear in the login box in the A computers, but Domain A will not appear in the Domain B login screen.Users and groups in a trusting domain cannot be assigned permissions, rights, or access to a trusted domain. If you want all users to be able to use resources in all domains then you would have to setup 2 way Trust Relationships.

The issue that you are having with users having to relogin may be tied to a domain server not copying down login information to all other servers on the network. Make sure that all of your primary domain servers are setup to speak to all of your other primary and secondary domain servers.

Mar 01, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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192.168 .1.20


  • if are using winXP, click start button - control panel - network connections - check on dial up networking or DUN...right click on it and select properties...check the phone numbers, the username with password. make sureudsure domain has @domain.com

May 03, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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User creating in domain


In active directory on the server you need to create a network admin user and any other normal users u want to have access to the domain.
Then you have to add the pc to the domain using the network admin user.
After this u can log on to the pc with the network admin or the other created user names.

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