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Click the Apply toolbar icon. If you do not care to learn about the problem, skip this paragraph, though I highly suggest you read it if you're already playing in the command prompt and you didn't Reply Abhishek July 9, 2016 at 12:37 pm Hello, i have windows 7 professional version, unfortunately i have disabled administrator account and i also changed the password of admin account, now SO PLEASE HELP ME OUT!! :] January 9, 2010 Heather also, when i try to run as administrator, it tells me i need my password. http://runswithpixels.com/windows-7/administrator-account-windows-7.html

Sorry There was an error emailing this page. I'm trying to follow the instructions but instead of getting The command completed successfully message I receive Username not found (or smth like this - I use Russian version of Vista People who don't set logon passwords find that they cannot, for example, create schedule tasks, use file sharing appropriately, and/or access their computer from a network. I was uninstalling my AntiVirus Software, AVG, to be exact. https://www.ghacks.net/2014/11/12/how-to-enable-the-hidden-windows-10-administrator-account/

How To Access Administrator Account In Windows 7 Without Password

All click no type, so nothing fancy. Any advice for me please Reply Tony March 2, 2016 at 2:33 am # okay so here's the prob....my windows 10 removed the admin account yeah.....but it replaced it with a That was awesome! If you seriously need to do this-Google is your friend-keeping in mind that some of us are paid to (or simply for fun) set traps for people who shouldn't be doing

  • So, I added the administrator account, installed the software flawlessly, then closed the admin account logged back in as myself and couldn't find uTorrent.
  • I had two user accounts in Windows 7 before update; Administrator and Ritesh.
  • Thanks for writing a good and concise article.
  • As of my assumption, might be a virus / malware have done these changes with your account.
  • Now I am using limited account..
  • Reply Techexpert April 28, 2014 at 7:41 pm This command is for active the administrator account: "net user administrator /active:yes" This command is for de-active the administrator account: "net user administrator
  • Now I have a guest account that asks for a user name and password.
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