Network pc/ privilege issue

March 15, 2011 at 10:44:35
Specs: Windows XP
My father brought me home a pc (windows xp) from his work that they wouldn't need, but due to the fact that it was part of a network, the network controller had defined some restrictions (maximum password length...etc). So, though i logon(locally) as administrator, i can't disable the password because the computer is still a member of the old network.
I haven't big problem with writing the password everytime i logon, but is there any way i can bypass the restrictions? If the only way is to reinstall windows, I don't think I'll bather to do so.
Thanks guys.
(p.s.: i know the administrator password. I just want to disable it, cause i don't want to type it every time-it has 8 characters!)

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March 15, 2011 at 11:58:11
Are you logging in locally via administrator or do you get a message saying couldn't connect to the server, using cached credencials?

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