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    This blog will help you to reset the local Administrator password from your Windows machine without any third-party software or Windows password recovery tool.
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  • Special Permissions In Unix

    In this article, you will learn about Special Permissions in Unix.
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    In this article we will learn about ls command. The command ls is an important command in the Unix operating system.
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    In this article we will learn some of the basic UNIX commands which every software developer and tester should know.
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