Discussion in 'privacy problems' started by zuri, May 19, 2004.

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  1. zuri

    zuri Registered Member

    May 19, 2004

    I would like to ask, whether there is any software or tools that I can use to decrypt and edit my user.dat on network system that would not crash the system.

    please help.

  2. mr X

    mr X Guest


    User.dat is a file that stores some information saved in registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER. You can't modify it for current loged users, becouse this file is "in use". But you still can edit an unactive profiles.

    I think there's no such kind of software, but you can try some thin like that:

    1. Create a new profile (login), for example 'Zibi2'. It'll create a new folder in 'c:\Documsnts and settings' called Zibi2. In each profilefolder there's ntuser.dat. If you already have the file you want to edit just put it anyware and remember the path.

    2. Start->run->cmd.exe

    In console write:

    reg load HKLM\Zibi2 "c:\Documents and Settings\Zibi2\NTUSER.DAT"
    This will load information stored in this file to the registry key HKLM\Zibi2.

    Run the regedit.exe and open the key HKLM\Zibi2. Now you can modify all what you want.

    3. To save the changes write in console:
    reg save HKLM\Zibi2 c:\ntuser.dat

    It'll save the new file witch changes.

    I hope it will help you

    P.S. Sorry for my poor english...
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