Today I saw a Senior attempting to reset the admin password on an office desktop with a pw reset bootdisk he'd brought from home. I mentioned that the admin password was only a phone call away but it fell on deaf ears... Fortunately the guy was too bone to run the disk so he kept booting into windows instead. He was able to change the boot sequence (eventually) without being prompted for a BIOS password also which seemed a bit bad. As it happened the password was magically remembered in time and all was well but I can't help but think what would've happened if one of the lads had been caught doing the same? JSP 440 anyone?? Is this common practice for seniors to pwn their work boxes?