|"Also note that User password removal is against MS policy and this is the first forum that seems to allow this support ??"|
After looking at the page you linked to, I see nothing to suggest that password removal/recovery is against MS policy, only that their techs won't help you do it. In fact, the following quotes are from that page.
"You can create a password reset disk to gain access to your computer in the case that you forget your password in future."
"Some third-party companies claim to be able to circumvent passwords that have been applied to files and features that Microsoft programs use. For legal reasons, we cannot recommend or endorse any one of these companies. If you want help to break or to reset a password, you can locate and contact a third-party company for this help. You use such third-party products and services at your own risk."
While MS state that (for legal reasons) they do not endorse the use of third-party products, they don't declare their use to be against MS policy. Those same "legal reasons" are also the reason the techs won't help....to protect themselves from being sued by a PC owner, who's password was bypassed with either the help of MS techs, or use of a recommended product.
It'd pay to read a page (and only the words on the page, not your own interpretation of those words), before you link to it.
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