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Neotag007

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Sun, 11 Nov 2012 @ 13:48:28

Hi! Is some one know how to find Where Windows Saves Domain user passwords.
I not asking about the .SAM file in Windows/System32/config directory, there i have not find the passwords from there with "Sam Inside" software.
But I'm domain user, we got a notebook PC from school and every domain user can login to my computer if the PC is connected to school Wifi network.
But when I'm connected to another network or not connected to any network then can i only login to my PC, and the user who have logged in before when PC was connected to school network.

so i think windows saves the authentication data somewhere, because, when PC is offline can login only the users who have logged in before when login servers was available.

Who know how to find the data and how to decrypt them please help me,

Thanks
edited by Neotag007 on 11/11/2012
edited by Neotag007 on 11/11/2012



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