I know this is going to be a loaded question, but hopefully someone can answer it simply enough. At work we had this guy (Jim) who set up our network. Jim quit about a year ago and his co-worker (Stacey) took over the job. Now Jim left on VERY bad terms and wouldn't give out his admin password. Stacey (who is now in charge of the network) isn't 100% knowledgeable in networks and she usually asks me for advice (since I am more knowledgeable than most others in the company in computers). Here's where things start to get crazy. We have this moron engineer (Paul) who thought he was being smart and deleted Jims profile (his regular profile and not the admin profile). In the meantime, Stacey changed Jims admin password. Now my boss is worried about security and called Jim and demanded his admin password. Jim gave it to my boss and we (Stacey and I) tried it out but it doesn't work. I'm assuming because Stacey changed Jims password is why it doesn't work. I'm assuming we are safe now that the password is changed? The question is: Since Jim set up the network systems, is there a Super-User name and password that we should be looking for? I know there is an admin to the network, but isn't there also an admin password to the computer? Or are they the same? Also, when we try to log into the network system, we only get the two network domains as an option...should we be able to log into the computer itself? Hopefully these questions and answers don't get too complicated. I'm not very familiar in networks and I'm trying to see if I can get some answers on my own to help Stacey out. We just want to be certain that we've covered our bases and blocked any open doors that Jim could get in through.