Advice 1: How to enable an account if they are all disabled

On a computer running the Windows operating system can run multiple users under different accounts. If the account is disabled, the participant to log on can not.
How to enable an account if they are all disabled
Instruction
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To enable the account, you have to log into the system with administrator rights. However, it is possible that disabled and uchetku administrator. In this case you need to boot in safe mode. After turning on the computer, wait for single beep, POST, and press F8. In the boot menu choose "Safe mode". On request the system to continue work in this mode, answer Yes.
2
If your computer has Windows XP, to display the context menu, right-click on the icon "My computer" and select "Manage". Activate the item "utilities", open the snap-in "Local users and groups" folder and then "Users".
How to enable an account if they are all disabled
3
Right button click on the administrator account and select the "Properties" command. Remove the flag next to "Disable". In the same way turn on the account you want. Restart the computer in normal mode.
4
In the 7th version of Windows, administrator account is disabled by default because of security reasons. To enable this, from the start menu start search bar and type in the command cmd.
5
In the console window type:

net user Administrator /active:yes.

After the system answers, enter the administrator password:

net user Administrator *password*.

This method is also suitable for versions of XP and Vista.
6
Is there another way to enable the administrator account. In the search bar, type secpol.msc. In the left part of the window "security Settings" snap-in, expand the "Local policies" and select "security Settings". The right side locate the "account Status Administrator". Click it to open the context menu with the right mouse button and choose "Properties". Put the switch in position Enable. In the same way you can also include other account.
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Method using local policies also suitable for switching user accounts in Windows Vista. To cause the snap-in "Local policies" in this version, in the search line, enter mmc. If prompted to authenticate, type your Admin password.

Advice 2 : How to restore administrator account

Any operating system from Windows family has always supported a multiplayer mode. User account control is set up before will be launched welcome screen during installation of the distribution. A lost account can always be recovered.
How to restore administrator account
You will need
  • Operating system Windows XP.
Instruction
1
Before creating the account, the user has the choice to assign the rights of the administrator , or not to do. As a rule, prefer the first option because the person behind the computer not only searches the multimedia information, but also creates it, installing various utilities. To perform these actions the desired account record of the administrator.
2
When the account record is lost, at the welcome screen you can see icons only guest accounts and other administrative records, if such has been created in advance. Taking advantage of such records, you can restore the basic administrative record.
3
It often happens that the administrative record is lost when a sudden power offs, it is connected with feature of use of the file system. But removes only the entry, but all directories and files remain in place, so you need to exit the current session. To do this, click "start", click on "logout", and then "Exit".
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In the current window, double-click the Ctrl + Alt + Del. Select or enter the Administrator, do not forget to specify the password for this account. This is the easiest way, but it is not the best — you always have to go to this dialog box.
5
To avoid such a situation, you must assign a password to the existing active administrative records or to enable the automatic display of all users. To do this, click "start" and select "Run". In the empty field type regedit and press Enter on the keyboard.
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In the appeared window registry editor, you must open the following folders: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, SOFTWARE, Microsoft, Windows NT, CurrentVersion, Winlogon, SpecialAccounts, and UserList. Inside this directory, create a new DWORD value, title it Administrator and set the value = 1.
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