Unable To Login To Windows 7 After Sysprep
Administrator Account Disabled After Sysprep
I have tried by manually removing the system from a domain and adding to a workgroup before sysprep, and by letting sysprep do the domain removal...and both result the same. I tried safe mode, it still requires me to change password and still get access denied. The article referenced above seems to indicate that the local admin account is typically disabled during the sysprep unless you go in to audit mode...so, fi the Administrator is the ONLY The only difference that I can really see, is that this one was actually a member of a domain, whereas the other never was, but was always a workgroup member.
Thank you, up and running perfectly. windows-server-2008-r2 sysprep share|improve this question edited Dec 4 '15 at 2:32 EEAA♦ 86.7k12107186 asked Jan 16 '13 at 22:16 Chris 3313 3 I'm not even going to speculate about the Post navigation Recovering Exchange Items When Entourage Corruption Deleted Them From The ServerCreating GeoDNS with Amazon Route 53 DNS One thought on “Access Is Denied Message After Sysprep–How To Fix” Anonymous Sysprep Administrator Password Leibowitz?
Sunday, May 27, 2012 3:45 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I experianced same issue with a Physical to Virtual (P2V) copy yesterday. Can You Run Sysprep In Safe Mode Even I input the right email and password I still can't log into windows. If the poster gets a prize, who gets it, the person presenting it or the first author? Wednesday, February 09, 2011 6:06 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Unbelieveable!
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Yes, I did use the /generalize switch, and when I just now tried Password01!, it still gave me access is denied. check over here Unsold Atari videogames dumped in a desert? Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: Win7 Unattended Enable Local Administrator Windows 7 sysprep and the local admin account Administrator account disabled in latest MDT image? Thanks a million! 0 Serrano OP Artifex Nov 5, 2012 at 7:12 UTC Welcome :) 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. Sysprep Set Administrator Password
Snowman Bowling Where is the Abbey of the Albertian Order of St. Tuesday, June 05, 2012 1:01 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It is possible to reset the "User cannot change password". And now I even need provide permission to access my d e f partitions. his comment is here Review of my T-shirt design Why does a (D)DoS attack slow down the CPU and crash a server?
Then I went to check log file , it shows that "microsoft internal media playreadyclient was installed". Windows 10 Sysprep Type net user administrator /active:yes. Normally these two settings are mutually exclusive, but in the scenario for sysprep it seems they can both end up being set.
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Once I deselected this setting, it worked like a charm as it should. Now at the logon screen, click the "Ease of Access" button that normally gives you the tools like onscreen keyboard, magnifier, etc. And why did it happen? Note that the default setting is not to save changes, so you cannot now use Enter to select the default option.
Best Answer Serrano OP BradStoltz Mar 18, 2011 at 6:27 UTC Create a text document. You will be asked what you want to do – we want to reset passwords: Select Option 1 to Edit user data and passwords: Press Enter to choose the Administrator account: Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. http://blacklex.com/windows-7/unable-to-login-as-administrator-windows-7.html Any way I can have it still enabled after sysprep?
Change the password and optionally untick the “User cannot change password” setting. If it's more involved (eg getting stuff out of the registry), I don't know a good answer. Browse other questions tagged windows-server-2008-r2 sysprep or ask your own question. I guess one question...does anyone know if adding a domain administrator account would by any chance automatically change the local one in this way?
I ended up entering administrator and nothing in the password field.