I have not closed that door. In the following dialog box, encircle Enable or Disable to respectively enable and disable the Administrator account. Then, From the right pane, double-click on the Administrator. Close the elevated command prompt. Upon logging out, you will see the Administrator account available on the login screen. If it doesn't go the Windows logon screen, that means you are failed to boot from the installation disk.
It looks like admin accounts in Windows 7 Home Premium have password expiration set on. Should let you login even if the trust relationship has failed since it doesn't try to authenticate. My mom is telling me someone has maybe hacked my computer or maybe Ive got a virus. Is it because I disabled it? Please can somebody help me? This will show you how to enable or disable the built-in Administrator account in Windows 7. I am constantly battling this issue with our 2000+ Windows 7 machines. This action does not affect your ability to access your Administrator account using Safe Mode.
Also I know this has nothing to do with any of this but. Basically what I was wondering is: Is there a way to enable the built-in elevated administrator without logging on to a current admin account and without having to ender the admin password? The good ole' disconnect trick! What are you doing that you think you don't have administrator privileges? I have not closed that door. But that doesn't seem to be working. Yes, that is the first command I tried. You can also disable it from here. What are you doing that you think you don't have administrator privileges? There are many tools that would help you with this.
Warning: If you enable the built-in Administrator account, it is recommended to create a password for it to keep it secured. Regards, Jean-Pierre Frederick, Ok, I will try this later and I will let you know. Click on this Administrator account, you will open the administrator account in Windows 7 without password, because the built-in administrator account is set with blank password by default. I was confused, As I must need license within two days to provide it for new office, So I searched at Google to find another distributor of Microsoft products, Where I found: They have reasonable price for all their products. These options are missing in Win7 Home. If you are troubleshooting something that needs to run as administrator, you can enable it with a simple command.
By default, the built-in administrator account is named Administrator, and is disabled. Thank you for specifying this. But when you are because of some troubles, such as forgot Windows password, then you won't be able to login system to enable the Administrator account in those easy ways. Ok I got it in Safe Mode not sure what it was saying Windows couldnt start in Safe Mode. This is done by right-clicking on the command prompt icon in the Windows 7 start menu and selecting Run As Administrator from the available options.
In the Elevated Command Prompt, type and execute the following command. Or was this fluke that I managed this - the administrators account when activated does not have a password on it and I'm assuming that I should create one - but I'm not sure what will do after the fact to windows utilities and the like. In the left pane, click on the Users folder. It can help protect your computer by preventing users from making changes that affect everyone who uses the computer, such as deleting files that are required for the computer to work. I have come to the conclusion that the system account for the machine has expired and thus must be reconnected to the domain. Even if you do leave it enabled, protect it with a strong password to prevent unauthorized access. I just can't seem to figure out why this is happening.
Try opening the mmc snapin via a command prompt. If not, boot the computer into safe mode and you can enable the account there. Does this account still exist, and how can you access it? Rename the computer and rejoin the domain. I get a message that the file is in use. If you don't have one, borrow from your fellows or other people. As far as I remember I was logged into an account with administrator privileges. Anyway, the following link from a Microsoft forum might help, let us know.
To help make the computer more secure, this administrator account type will be prompted by by default to give confirmation before allowed to make any changes that require elevated administrator rights. General Discussion Sorry the title limit was too short. It looks like you will need to boot into safe mode to enable the administrator account then. We seem to have gone pretty off-topic here. If you are in Windows 8. I tried to delete through administer account, but didn't work. Reboot the computer and you will see the built-in Administrator account log on icon added on Screen.