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How to enable administrator account in Windows 8

May 11, 2014 Comments Off on How to enable administrator account in Windows 8 By MANOJ AGARWAL

How to enable administrator account in Windows 8

The built-in ‘administrator’ account in Windows 8 is hidden by default.

To enable the ‘administrator’ account in Windows 8, you need to:

  • Open the command prompt using Administrator privileges.  To do so, Click on the command prompt and select ‘Run as administrator’ option as shown in figure below:

Type the following command at prompt as also shown in the figure given below:

  • net user administrator /active:yes

Restart Windows.

To disable the administrator account again in Windows 8, you need to:

  • Open the command prompt using Administrator privileges.  To do so, right click on the command prompt and select ‘Run as administrator’ option.
  • Type the following command at prompt as also shown in the figure given below:
    • net user administrator /active:no
  • Restart Windows.

You can also enable/disable the administrator account by following the steps given below:

  • Goto Settings->Control panel->Administrative tools->Computer Management->Local Users and Groups->Users->Administrator
  • Right click on ‘Administrator’ user and click Properties from the system menu.
  • Under General tab, there is a checkbox – “Account is disabled”.
  • Check this box to disable the administrator user or uncheck this box to enable the administrator user.
  • Click on OK

Restart Windows.

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