Enabling the administrator account (Windows Vista and Windows 7)


By default Windows Vista and Windows 7 have the local administrator account disabled or inactive by default
This command will enable the administrator account for computers running Windows Vista and Windows 7
Make sure you open the command prompt as an administrator (Under accessories, right click on command prompt and click on the option “Run as Administrator”
Here is the command:

Net user administrator /active:yes [password]

The [password] switch will allow you to assign a password of your preference and activate the account at the same time
If the command worked you will get the message: “The command completed successfully”

Next time you log on to your machine, the administrator account will be listed as one of the options

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One Response to “Enabling the administrator account (Windows Vista and Windows 7)”

  1. Karole Kosir Says:

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