I'm using Hyper-V version 10.0.10586.0 and I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 virtual machine on it, which is a Domain Controller.
I wasn't able to create a new checkpoint on Hyper-V, unless i disable Active Directory Domain Services on VM (i reported this problem in this SuperUser question but no success), so I disabled it and created my checkpoint.
After this, i knew that i would be unable to log on to the domain account
sp2013.com\administrator, but i also have the local account
sp20130\administrator, but i'm unable to log on to this one too.
Does ADDS disabling also turn local account logon unavailable? I have logged on to local accounts before in this exact scenario, but i don't know what's going on now. Is there any form to gain access again? Some important points:
- I don't have another machine on that domain.
- I was thinking about the sethc hack to bypass logon, but i don't know if it's possible on the virtual machine environment.