[pcductape] Re: password problem

  • From: Scott McNay <wizard@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: Carl <pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 20:35:21 -0500

Hi Carl,

Friday, July 16, 2004, 8:32:16 AM, you wrote:

C> Hi Scott,

C> You suggested in a previous message that I should look in c:\system volume
C> information and look in all folders which start with "_restore".   I did try
C> but could find no such folder.   I looked at each and everyone of the
C> folders on the harddrive and I have no restore folders at all.  I guess
C> when I put System Restore at 0%, that in effect cause the system restore
C> function to be turn off.   Live and learn.    Some lessons I've learned are
C> 1- make restore points more often, and 2- don't download stuff from the
C> Internet except on an experimental unit.    Don't jeopardize the main
C> computer with Internet junk.

You should always have that folder, though.  Make sure that you have
folder properties set to show hidden and system files.


C> As I explored the files and folders on my unit I did notice something a bid
C> unusual.   There is a folder titled "c:\WUTEMP\Com_Microsoft Windows Rights
C> Management Client Upgrade and on the right side of the tree is a file named
C> "ASDRMCLIENT and it is 3681kb in size and it was created at 3:32 am on
C> 7/14/2004, which is the last time I ran the winautologon.exe file to undo
C> what I do.   Of course it did not work.   I wonder if I delete this file,
C> what will happen.

As far as I know, it's a temp folder, as indicated by the name.

--Scott.


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