Advice 1: How to Windows 7 get admin rights

The developers of Windows 7 have seriously attended to a problem that the Russian engineers called "protection against the fool". By default, the user very limited rights. To run certain programs and remove files created by other programs that require administrator privileges.
How to Windows 7 get admin rights
Instruction
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If your computer is set to classic view "start menu", go to "control Panel" and expand the "administrative tools". Otherwise, the management group is in the category of "Small icons" in the control Panel.
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Double-click the node of the "computer Management" snap-in and expand the "Local users and groups". In the Name list in the right part of management console, expand the Users folder. Right-click the user account "Administrator" in context menu choose "Properties". Remove the flag next to "account is Disabled".
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In the field "Full name" record not matching the name of the owner of the computer that you specified when installing an operating system. Click Apply and OK, restart the computer and login under the new account.
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Management console you can invoke another method. Right click the mouse on the icon "My computer" invoke a drop-down menu and select "Manage". In the left part of the console snap-in, click "Local users and groups".
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You can also disable the "user account Control" (UAC). In the "control Panel", expand the "user Accounts". Select "Change settings..." and adjust the slider to the bottom position. The system will treat any user as administrator.
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There is another way. In the window, run programs, enter secpol.msc and right click on the icon to run the command. Tick "Run with administrator". Expand "Local policies" and "security Settings".
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In the policy list, locate the "Accounts: state Administrator". Click on it right button, select "Properties" and switch the status to "Enable".
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If your computer has Windows 7 Home Premium or Windows 7 Home Basic, from the start menu, click Run and the window of run program type cmd. Right click on the command prompt icon and select "Run as administrator".
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Enter the code net user Administrator /active:yes. Confirm by pressing Enter, and restart your computer. Log on under administrator account.

Advice 2: How to obtain administrator rights on the computer

Have you ever had to face a situation when you try to open some folders with icons in the form of locks, for example, Documents and settings, gets the message "access is Denied" or , for example, stopped deleted files from the flash drive in Total Commander? This is because the account created during installation, although it is considered the administrator, in fact is not completely. And in this case, the admin account with full rights you need to activate yourself.
How to obtain administrator rights on the computer
You will need
  • -USB/CD with a recorded image of a WinXP PE. (Bart's PE or WinPE from ready Hunderroads)
  • -Password ReNew
Instruction
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If your computer can boot from USB/CD, you select this boot option in the BIOS. Then for the rights of the administrator on the computer running Windows XP/2k/2003, write the downloaded image file WinXP PE on a USB/CD., First, if a CD, put the image inside the downloaded program Password Renew.
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If it is USB, then just copy the program folder on bootable USB flash drive.After that, restart the computer using its USB/CD. Now, before you almost ordinary Windows interface. Open flash/disk and run Password Renew.
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Next, select the path to your installation of Windows.Select the account that you wish to promote to administrator (Turn exiting user to Administrator). After that hit the Install button. Ready. Now restart the computer again and log in under my user, but with administrator rights.
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If you need to do it in secret from the administrator of the network/system, then after all the necessary operations remove yourself from the admin list and restart the system again. Do this: go to control Panel, then computer Management, then Local users and groups and enter the Users. In the Properties select your user and delete from the Administrators group in the tab group Membership.
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There's an even easier way of getting admin rights, and if you do fit, then the task, you will cope much faster. For the English version of the OS type in command prompt: net user Administrator /active:yes, but for the Russian: net user Administrator /active:yes.
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Then right-click on "Computer" go to Manage – select "Local users and groups" and then "Users". Then right-click on the "account Administrator" – "Properties" and uncheck the box next to account is Disabled.

Advice 3: How to enable administrator rights

The software developers of the company Microsoft, caring about the safe use of its customers shared rights and abilities of users in the system. Higher rightsof mi has the owner of the account "Administrator". It can also add capabilities to other participants, having access to a computer.
How to enable administrator rights
You will need
  • - computer running Windows OS.
Instruction
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If you are running Windows XP, go to "control Panel" and expand "Account". Click the account to which you are going to assign rights of an administrator, go to "Change account type". Move the radio button to "computer Administrator" and confirm the action by pressing the "Change type...".
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There is another way. Using a combination of Win+R, invoke the window command. Type control userpasswords2. In the accounts window, point to the desired entry and press "Properties". In the tab "group Membership" flip the switch "access Levels" in the position "Other". Open the drop-down list and select the group "Administrators". To confirm your selection, press OK.
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If the computer is running Windows Home Edition, these steps need to be performed in safe mode. After switching on the system unit, press F8. In the selection menu of the boot options select "Safe mode". Answer "Yes" to the question about continuing the work.
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When you create versions of Windows Vista and Window 7 the vigilance of the developers has increased. Full rightsof the mi administrator has a built-in account "Administrator" and by default it is disabled. To enable this, call the launch window programs by a combination Win+R and type compmgmt.msc.
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In the console window, expand the snap-in "Local users and groups". Select the "Users" group. In the right part of the window, right-click the Administrator. You drop-down menu, select "Properties" and uncheck the flag next to "account is Disabled".
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If your computer has Windows Vista Home Edition, the console window will be unavailable. Call window programs to run and type cmd. In the search bar an icon will appear for this command. Click the right button and select in the drop down menu "Run as administrator". In the exchange line, enter net user Administrator /active:yes. This method is suitable for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

Advice 4: How to disable administrator in Windows 7

Windows 7 provides the ability to create multiple user accounts: administrator, standard user or even guest. Many users who work with this OS, when any operation on the computer (from the install simple games and even to move files) POPs up a window where you must grant permission for this action. The function is called "Administrator". In some cases it may be necessary to disable it.
How to disable administrator in Windows 7
Instruction
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If your computer has multiple accounts, log in to the account that was created with the status "Administrator". After the system fully starts up, open "control Panel". This can be done through the menu "start".
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In the window that appears in the "Preview" should be selected "Small icons". This will speed up the search of the right item. If you choose a category, then the desired item will be located under "System and security". In this window you will see subkeys that are required to control all functions of the system. Select "Administration".
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This element of "control Panel", find "computer Management". Run it by double click. In the newly opened window, in its left side, expand "Local users and groups". You will see two folders. Select "Users". It stores information about all accounts that were created on the computer earlier.
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Select the account that has the status "Administrator". Open it also by double click. When will appear a new tab, you will see all the properties for this account. To disable the "Administration", set the checkmark in the column "account is Disabled". After this, click OK.
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To disable the administration is also using the command line. To do this, open "start menu" and then to "Standard" and the "Command prompt". In it write the following text: "Net user Administrator /Active:no". After you press the Enter key. The system will inform you that this feature is disabled. As a result of these actions, the account "Administrator" will be disabled. Exactly the same manipulations you can make to disable any other account.

Advice 5: How to become a computer administrator

A system administrator has almost unlimited rights and can perform various system operations. There's a special algorithm to become an administrator on the computer to the common user.
To become the administrator of the computer and simple user
Instruction
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Click the "My computer", right-click and select from the menu the string "Control". In the opened window go to "Local groups and users". Click on the arrow next to the left mouse button to display the string "Groups" and "Users. Scroll down to "Users" and right-click on your profile.
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Go to the tab "Properties" in the menu that appears and select "group Membership". In the group "Administrators" click "Add" and click OK. Restart the computer, the adopted changes came into force. Now your profile will have administrative rights.
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Use an alternative method of obtaining administrator privileges, you can grant rights to an existing profile or create a new one. Go to control panel and PC through menu "start". Go to "Accounts and users" and click add and remove accounts.
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Select your account if it is available on the PC and activate the item "Change account type". In the window that appears select the account type "Administrator". Save the changes, and they will immediately take effect, giving your profile the rights of the organizer.
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Try to become an administrator on the computer differently. This method is suitable in case if you still don't have an account on the computer. Use add and delete accounts and users and activate the checkbox "create an account". In the window that appears, specify the account name and immediately give it administrator rights. Please note that this action is possible only in case, if you are already admin before that gave all users the ability to change their rights.
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