Setup an administrator account and user account?
how can i log in on administrator account so that i can download games in my loptop?
administrator user have a full permission and standard user have a some permission
It's enabled by default unless the user creates a personal account during setup.
Windows XP comes with two types of user accounts; normal user and the administrator. Changing a limited user to an administrator needs the administrator account password and then selecting the option from the User Control Panel.
The setup goes to my Program Administrator to complete
To log on as an administrator, you need to have a user account on the computer with an Administrator account type. If you are not sure if the account that you have on the computer is an administrator account, you can check the account type after you have logged on by doing the following: (The steps that you should follow will vary, depending on whether your computer is on a domain or a workgroup) 1.For… Read More
yes, but u have to b an administrator to do it -how do i become an administrator, then!!
If you are setting up your account in access online what happens to the account setup once you are done?
The setup goes to my program administrator to complete
A windows administrator account is a type of user that you can have on your list, an admin has full control and rights to to anything on the computer where as a standard user does not.
Control panel -> User accounts. Depending on your Windows version you might have to click "Manage another account" before given the possibility to "Create new account". Choose "Administrator" in the setup wizard.
How a particular user account is handled by an administrator if the account holder has left the company?
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When computer administrator no longer appears in your user accounts and you cant turn guest account off?
Typically the administrator account only shows on the welcome screen when there is no other user defined. Once a new user is created, the administrator account becomes hidden, but still accessible. You're guest account should be able to be turned off, provided you have administrator rights.
If a user account tries to enable itself as an administrator, is one.
Control panel- User account- Create a new account
You can get admin privilegies only by logging into the administrator account on Windows, then changing the normal user to administrator. Go to the control panel and user accounts. You shall find your way there.
The local user is the person who actually uses the account to do the work they are paid to do. A domain user could be a network administrator
After an administrator creates a local user account and the user logs on for the first time the system creates a for that user?
Windows 7: click 'Start' > select 'Control Panel' > select 'User Accounts', then activate the administrator account.
There's no way anyone could tell you the administrator password of a computer you have. Do you mean what is the administrator account? It is the "boss" account that allows that user to perform all functions/
just go into user accounts and choose change your account type then select administrator and then your administrator! :D
u first start computer to administrator password. Later u go control panal -user account-click on administrator and create a new administrator account and modiffied also.
How can the PC be restricted from the users from creating another user account while they are accessing your administrator account?
If they are using an administrative account, there is no way to stop. This is the point, administrator can do anything.
There is no need to enable the administrator account as it is always enable (bundled in the operating system). Hence, a user may be given limited access rights by the person accountable to keep the administrator account.
The "Guest" account, when created by an administrator, does not have a password. If the administrator created a "User Account" called 'Guest' then the administrator may have given it a password. If you are an administrator of the Mac and you are having trouble with the guest account, delete it and restart. Then create a new 'Guest' account by selecting "Guest" in the control panel. The Guest account creates a temporary work area for a… Read More
Because, when you use Windows for the very first time - you need to tell it which account will be the administrator account. It doesn't automatically assign the administrator account to the first user.
Wherever it is defined by the administrator.
Creating a user account that makes someone a system administrator varies depending on the operating system. For Windows Vista, it is as simple as going to the control panel, clicking on user accounts, and clicking on change your account type. From there it can be made an administrator.
Windows server 2003 after installing domain when try to create a user it gives an error that you don't have privilege to create user log on as administrator?
Check what kind of account you have. It might happened that it changed your user group from administrator to user. Which is very reasonable. Also check your account properties.
Administrator has more rights; Power users account can read from and write to parts of the system other than their own local drive, install applications and perform limited administrative tasks. Administrator account can install and uninstall devices and applications and can perform all administrative tasks. When windows 2000/XP is first installed one user account is created in this group and the account is called the Administrator
Some software, settings and files requires administrator rights to be accessed or edited.
ets have you install the SCS application to a newly created administrator profile. This will require uninstalling the software, creating a new user account, logging off the old user account and logging onto the newly created administrator account, then installing and activating the app on the new administrator account. This allows the software to make the necessary changes needed to the registry. Please consult the Help and Support Center in your Windows operating system for… Read More
An Administrator account would be needed.
administrator, standard user, and guest account
2 user accounts can be created from control panel, administrator account and standard user account.
for windows xp, first you have to log on as an administrator. there should be a default administrator account. log on as that, than go to start, control panel, User Accounts, change an account. then select your account and go to change account type. select administrator, then click change account. now you can log back on to your account and you will be an administrator. How to log on to system as administrator If you… Read More
User account control allows the account owner, or administrator, to control all aspects of the account, such as security, themes, identification, and various script certificates.
assuming that you are working from a computer with windows as the operating system: click on start, then on control panel then on user accounts from there you can change the user accounts click on change an account then choose the account you would like to change then change my account type then you have the choice of either computer administrator or a limited account if another user is already registered as computer administrator, this… Read More
The administrator account and the guest account.
If you are given the permissions, you go to your control panel, and to the user accounts icon, (classic view on vista). There, you select the user and press the change account type option and you select administrator instead of standard user. If it says administrator already, then you were already an administrator to begin with.
You can delete almost any account but Administrator, User and other built-ins.
A System Administrator is issued privileged and non-privileged user accounts The system administrator never uses the non-privileged user account and checks their email from the privileged account Th?
AR-25 requires the non-privilege account to be used for routine activity
Admin Approval Mode
You cannot. Only a user with administrator permissions can make new user accounts
Open the Control Panel Go to User Accounts Select the account you're trying to change (either make them an administrator, or remove them as one) Select what type of account you'd like them to have.
By default, there is no password set for the hidden administrator account on Windows XP. When setting up this account and enabling it, the user must create their own password.
Go to the Start menu > Control panel > User Accounts > Change an account > Choose the account you wish to change > Change account type. This is of course if you're on the administrator account, otherwise you can't make any altercations to this.
An Admin has more privileges; admins can set the privilege level of users.
The user name and password are whatever was set when the account was created.
Go to Control Panel > User Accounts > click on the account that you want to change click on "change account type" click on "Computer Administrator" and then "change account type" button