As long as you have administrator-level access to your Windows Server 2008 machine, resetting Windows Server 2008 password becomes a quick task once you know where to look.
Step 1: Log into the Windows Server 2008 administrator account using the current password.
Step 2: Click the Windows "Start" button, select "Control Panel," and then click "User Accounts."
Step 3: Click "Add or remove user accounts," and then click "Continue" when prompted to confirm your choice.
Step 4: Select the administrator account and click "Change the password."
Step 5: Type the current password in the "Current password" field, type the replacement password in the "New password" field, and then confirm your choice by typing it again in the adjacent "Confirm new password" field.
Step 6: Click "Change password
Well, if you have not the admin level to access or you forgot Windows Server 2008 password, what would you do? Here, Windows Password Unlocker Enterprise allows you to use a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive to reset Windows 2008 admin password in 4 simple steps.(Take USB falsh drive for example).
Step 1: Download and install Windows Password Unlocker Enterprise
Step 2: Burn a bootable USB flash drive
Step 3: Set BIOS to boot from USB flash drive
Step 4: Reset Windows 2008 admin password
There are 2 options for you if you need to reset Windows Server 2008 domain pasword.
Option 1: Reset the default administrator password to Pu12345
Option 2: Create a new specified account to reset lost administrator password.
If you choose option 1 to reset Windows 2008 Domain admin password, you can log on your computer with the username of administrator and password of Pu123456. If you select option 2 to reset Windows 2008 Domain password, you can log on computer again with the username of unlocker and password of Pu123456.