Windows 7 has got a super administrator account which, by default, is disabled. Such account is automatically created when Windows 7 boots up for the first time but, for security reasons, is hidden from view. Let’s see how to turn it on thanks to a simple query in the Command Prompt.
- Click Start.
- In the Search field, type CMD.
- On the list of available programs, right click the Command Prompt icon and click Run as Administrator.
- In the black window, type: net user administrator /active:yes
- Press Enter.
- The system should return you with the following message: The command completed successfully.
- Now, exit the Command Prompt and click the Start icon.
- Log off from the current account and in the Account window you should now see the Administrator account.
- If you want to turn off the Admin account, type: net users administrator /active:no
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