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logon as a domain administrator click start administrative tools>Group Policy Management find the policy that deals with the password settings most likely the "defualt domain policy" right click then left click edit on the menu that comes up Computer configuration>windows Settings>security settings> Account Policies>Password Policy and change the minimum ...


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grub-md5-crypt | tee -a file.txt works fine.


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If you have an app connected to it, the password should be stored in a config file. Usually other parts of the system depending on what you are running will store the password in plain text. I would also try opening phpmyadmin possibly your browser saved the password and you can export the data that way.


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Don't share passwords, and don't make the passwords "predictable" based on the machine. Every decent disk encryption system should allow the use of multiple passphrases to unlock the disk -- the key that actually encrypts the disk isn't based on the passphrase entered, it's stored on disk and encrypted with the password. One of the passphrases should be ...



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