Holy crap, it does work on X64 as well! I just tried it on XP Pro X64 Edition SP2, and it worked just as well as on x86.
WHAT is working?
From what I can understand from the original description is at msfn.org , the procedure should be:
1) Access the HD with a PE of some kind, a Love Linux CD or however find a way to:
1a) delete/rename narrator.exe
1b) disable <somehow> (empty SFCFILES.DLL) the WFP
1c) make a copy of CMD.EXE
1d) rename this copy to narrator.exe and move it to the directory where the original narrator.exe was
2) reboot normally
2a) at the logon screen press "Windows" + "U"
2b) the utility manager utilman.exe should be brought up, with two items:
osk.exe (On Screen Keyboard)
narrator.exe (the renamed CMD.EXE)
2c) try choosing the latter
as d4vr0s reported, nothing?
Is it possible that the procedure described by luke.mccormick misses a vital step (maybe the fact that the "tech guys" have a modified CMD.EXE :dubbio:)?
Do read this:
AND links therein.
The "screensaver" trick does not work (properly) anymore, the opened Command Prompt has NOT the "right" priviledges anymore.