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Just in case anyone comes by this, I figured it out! (Thanks to: http://shmukum.wordpress.com/2010/05/04/resetwladminpasswd/ )
I needed to do one last thing: Delete the "*ldap*" folder in the "*%Domain_Home%/servers/%server_name%/data/*" folder.
so overall, here's steps that need to be done:
1.) Open Command prompt > run setDomainEnv.cmd in the *%DomainHome%/bin* folder
2.) In a file browser, backup %DomainHome%/security/DefaultAuthenticatorInit.ldift, then delete the file.
3.) In command prompt, go to the %DomainHome%/security/ directory, run the following command (period is important): java weblogic.security.utils.AdminAccount weblogic MyPassword .
4.) Step 3 should create a anew DefaultAuthenticatorInit.ldift
5.) Go to *%Domain_Home%/servers/%server_name%/data/*, delete ldap folder
6.) Clear out boot.properties
7.) Verify server starts up under new password
8.) Create new boot.properties for your weblogic server(s)
Warning: step 5: will clear out all LDAP security realm settings in your domain.
Hope this helps someone when they scour the forum.
Oops... i posted solution in seperate thread reply. See my reponse.