How to Enable/Unhide/Show Administrator Account in Windows 7-Vista Welcome Screen Logon
by: Revengsky Joseph D. Reyes (a.k.a. rjdreyes – jcyberinux.com)
1. Click Window Button then used the search entry, type cmd.
From the program list, right-click it then click Run as administrator.
2. At the command prompt, type: net user administrator /active:yes
You will see a message that the command completed successfully. Close the command prompt afterwards.
3. Go to Control Panel, from the category view, go to User Accounts and Family Safety section. From there, click Add or remove user accounts.
If you are at the large icons view (All Control Panel Items), click User Accounts.
From there, click Manage another account.
4. From there, you’ll able to see on the Manage account. You can change picture, manage password, etc…
5. Check the Administrator status is enable, to do that, go to Control Panel, then click to Administrative Tools, click Local Security Policy, then Local Policies and then click to Security Options.
6. From the right panel, you will see the Policy and Security Settings. Check on Accounts: Administrator account status if it’s Enable. If not, Double-click it and change to Enabled. Click Apply and Ok.
After the settings all complete, restart your computer, you’ll able to see the administrator on the Windows 7/Vista Welcome Screen Logon.
How to Disable/Hide the Administrator Account? Simple. You can reverse the process of this tutorial. 🙂
Try to explore its usages, then comment here if you found one interesting to share.
That’s all! I hope this guide and tips helps you out! Cheers! 😀
(Note: Microsoft(Windows 7/Vista OS) Logo/Images/Pictures has a respective copyright. I used it for demonstration purpose only.)
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