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Root Access in Command Prompt?

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by bac0n, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. bac0n

    bac0n Member

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    My friends computer has content protect on it, and I wondered there was a way to attain something equal to Root Access to remove it.

    I know you need the Admin's password, but he justs wants to know if there was a way.
     
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    why??
     
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    Thats helpful.

    Mainly, because his school started this year, so the tech people have no clue what they are doing. They managed to screw some of the laptops up themselves, and their answer for everything is put a quota on the hard drive. (Even if someone drops their laptop and brings it to them.)

    Most of the machines have a pointless program on them called Content Protect, which will block google.com its your on it for about a minute because of Pornography. (It will block it, if you just leave it on google for a while, no linking or anything.)

     

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