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We have a customer who has lost a folder over the weekend - with no backup for recovery. I have managed to track down who was in the system yesterday, but both people are out of town now. They are running terminal server sessions with Windows Server 2003 R2, Sp2 - does anyone know of any way we...
I have a former employee who managed to set a BIOS password on his laptop before turning it in. I'm getting conflicting advice about how to bypass the password and would rather have to slap a new image on it. Is it really as easy as yanking out the battery?