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HOW TO ENABLE HIDDEN SUPER ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT IN WINDOWS?


Windows operating system has many features that are still to be explored or better known: the Super Administrator account is one of them. The super administrator account is different from your current administrator account as it gives you much more liberty to handle OS as you would prefer.

In Windows the administrator account is hidden from view to prevent it from general user. Here is a very easy way to enable built in administrator account in Windows.

Enable hidden administration account through Command Prompt:

To enable super administrator account, follow these steps:

Search for the command prompt in Start menu, right-click on it and select the option “Run as administrator”. If you are using Windows 8, simply press “Win + X” and select the option “Command Prompt”.

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Once command prompt opened, enter the command Net user administrator /active: yes and press the Enter button.

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As soon as a command executes the super administrator account is enabled, now you can easily access it by switching the accounts.

If you want to protect your administrator account from password, then use following commands:

Net user administrator yourPassword
Net user administrator activate: yes

Note: Don’t forget to replace “yourPassword” with the actual password of your.

It’s always a good practice to disable super administrator account once the task is accomplished. To disable the super administrator account, use the following command.

Net user administrator /active: no

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Finally you have successfully disabled the super administrator account. But if still you are facing any problem feel free to contact our Operating System Support team.

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