PEPassPass is a Windows-executable version of PassPass written by boulcat.
If you can boot to the E2B menu (MBR-boot), then you can use the E2B PassPass version.
You can add these PEPassPass files to your E2B drive (or add them inside a UEFI-bootable .imgPTN file if you want to UEFI-boot to WinPE).
You can boot from any Windows or WinPE OS on a USB drive or CD (64-bit or 32-bit OS) and run PEPassPass to patch a Windows OS so you can bypass the local user account password entry.
Under WinPE, I use SHIFT+F10 to open a command console and then run NotePad and use the File Open menu in NotePad to find and run the PEPassPass exe file using right-click.
PEPassPass is useful if your system cannot MBR boot to E2B and can only UEFI-boot.
Follow the reboot.pro discussion for more details on PEPassPass (note the first version by Ner0 had a bug).