While you can activate it for login and use it for administrative tasks it is not recommended to be used in general. I don't believe this works as well. Any help is very much appreciated. Graceman × Close Why do you want to report this? this contact form
Reply Bob Funkey January 24, 2017 at 7:49 pm # I went into msconfig to try to solve a reboot problem in Win 10 x64. I am disappointed. A context menu should appear from where I must select "run as administrator".Kindly suggest and help. Jack nothing.
Installing Windows 10 on my laptop and my desktop has proven to be a reasonably shit idea.I can't even over-ride blocked applications as my access is denied (and I know they're It won't let me play a game of solitaire. Before I reset the computer. All rights reserved. × Close Sign in or create an account To continue your participation in QuickBooks Learn & Support: Sign in or Create an account current community blog chat Server
Reply doglover98 says: May 5, 2012 at 10:05 am i like the info on this page a lot. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/enable-the-hidden-administrator-account-on-windows-vista/ As for giving out permissions users will always be "limited" by the User Account Control. yes, clearly. –underscore_d Aug 1 '15 at 20:49 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Like MAYUR above, I also tried the mentioned UAC-related fix, but that didn't work for Microsoft Ask yourself what specific information the person really needs and then provide it.
This does not work with built-in accounts.Tip: if you are running Windows 8, check out this guide which walks you through the procedure on this version of Windows.SummaryArticle NameHow to enable I clicked Yes. Home News Windows Downloads Security Edge IE Office Phone General Forum About Fix: Lost Administrator Rights in Windows 10 / 8.1 RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and improve system Startup scripts run as LocalSystem.
Unix admins have had to jump thru lots of hoops for years to secure a *NIX distro out of the box. In Windows 8, from the Start Screen type Computer and when the icon appears right-click on it. In Windows XP, Vista, and 7, right-click on the Computer icon on your desktop and select Manage as shown in the image below. Reply Pat Rice says: June 17, 2004 at 10:16 am From NT 3.5 (the first usable version - 3.1 was SLOW SLOW SLOW) through Windows 2000, I was very careful to
I think my wireless router, anti virus, anti spyware and firewall software offer me a good measure of protection, but keep critical information on a PC that doesn't require constant calls http://directcomputerrepair.com/windows-10/can-39-t-create-new-user-account-windows-10.html Consumer software should not have to run as a local Admin (or root on Unix systems). Why send people to some place else that is just going to give them the same information? Do you think it could work now that I activated the admin user? Administrator Privileges Windows 10
How could a time traveller change medieval history using only modern knowledge? I was able to add another user aa additional administrator. Approach 1 sounds theoretically better, however often causes problems like not correct running (some) programs. http://directcomputerrepair.com/windows-10/lost-administrator-rights-windows-10.html Now click Change the account type link in following window: Moving on, change the account status from Standard to Administrator.
Something seems to have happened again overnight. Is this because Windows 10 doesn't start you with a administrator account? When I type in "net user administrator /active:yes" and press enter it doesn't work even though I opened it as admin.
Absence of "to" What's the practical difference between a Lightning Bolt,a Laser and a Charged particle beam? Reply Ghajeepan July 29, 2015 at 1:27 pm # Thank you, now i got admins rights for all accounts. It doesn't complete due to failed in SAFE_OS due to error during MIGRATE_Data. I have a local account and I do not know the admin password for the administrator account.
If MS want to be more secure then THEY NEED TO REEVALUATE their goals and default politics. Because your account is administrator-capable, you can run a program with full administrative privileges. Microsoft, Youre not setting a very good example. his comment is here When answering questions, write like you speak.
Anyway after step 4, write for us non-computer hackers that doesn't know what "user administrator/active:yes" means, it means : select at the Command Prompt popup, select "run as administrator" another "account When done, click on the OK button to save your changes. It is important to note that in order to perform either of these methods you will need to be logged in with an account with Administrator privileges. Black window appears with prompt line appears.
The Windows 10 is all hooked up to your Microsoft Account. Click start Program - Accessories- Right click on command prompt and select " Run as" administrator.