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From: Nathan Reynolds (Nathan.ReynoldsMED.VA.GOV)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2001 - 15:48:52 CDT
You can re-run syskey and change the encryption options to store the key on
disk. This eliminates having to enter the key manually. The SAM is still
From: CL: Nelson, Jeff [mailto:JNelsonCMCCONTROLS.COM]
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2001 6:09 PM
Subject: SAM Protection
Here is a good one. According to MS once you use syskey and enable
protection of the SAM database, there is no way to reverse the process. Is
this entirely correct? If so, I'm in a bit of a bind. I went ahead and
enabled it without thinking that, forever after, anytime I rebooted the
darned thing the password would have to be re-entered. Not a problem except
it is hosted off-site and I get access only via Terminal Services.
Any ideas? Please don't through rotten fruit since I was so stoopid.
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