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Tech advice and tips: in this video, you will learn how to unlock the hidden Vista administrator account.
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Welcome to PCWizKid’s Tech Talk. Today, I wanted to show you how to unlock the hidden Administrator Account in Windows Vista for those of you that have Windows Vista and do not have Administrator privileges to do some things. If you click on the start and then right click on a command prompt you’ll be able to do a little trick to unlock that hidden Administrator Account.
So when you click on Run as Administrator on the command prompt it will open up a special command prompt that is set to run as the Administrator. You can type cmd in the Search field, it will find this CMD command Prompt and then you can right click on it from there and run it as Administrator. You’ll get the pop up Windows and you’ll notice at the top here it says Administrator right so that way you’ll know that it has the right command prompt open.
The second thing I’d like you to do is to type the following, Net space user space administrator space /active:yes. Okay so type this whole thing in there and then press enter at the end so that it will successfully enable that hidden account. So that means that now you’ve unleashed another user, the Administrator User. So you could actually log in as that user.
Now, to see those users obviously you can log off, log back on. I’m going to go to the control Panel under User accounts and show you how I already have the user accounts here. Now when I installed the Windows Vista I set up my account as an Administrator but if I look at other users you can see now I’ve two accounts. I have my PCWizKid account and then I have the Administrator that was unleashed that one is the additional user ID that has been added and I added that one before. So you can do the same. Now when you log into Windows Vista you’ll see two icons, two accounts to log into.
Now remember always set the password for your user ID so create a password for that second administrator account and then you’re all set. Next time you go to log in is the Administrator you’ll be able to do things and that get those user account control pop up sent messages that you don’t have account administrator privileges. So this is a neat, little trick. I hope you enjoyed it and thank you for watching.