How to remove standard user and setup administrator mode
my laptop is running in standard user mode
but it was not giving any permission ,like install or unintall of softwares etc.,
then how to change to administrator mode?
This depends on how your computer was setup. Most home computers have the administrator account disabled. First, search for Computer management, it may be found by right clicking on the start button or typing in the Run Command. Then look for Local Users and Groups. Open Users and see if the Adminstrator account is marked disabled, if it is marked disabled then try enabling the account. If you do not know the Administrator password, it may be possible to change it but generally requires administrator rights.
This step assumes you know the Administrator password. Sign out and then sign in as administrator. Go to Local Users and Groups and open the Groups section. Double click on Administrator Group and a pop up window will appear. Chose add and enter your USER name, click on Check Name; if this works correctly, you will see your user name underlined. If your name does not seem to be recognized, change the location to local computer.
• Right Click 'My Computer' / 'My PC' / Computer (depending on the version of Windows
• Select Manage on the menu that pops up
• Go to 'Local Users and Groups' and go into 'Users'
• Right-Click the user you want to change and go to properties
• Go to the "Member of" tab, and click Add
• Add 'Administrators"
• Go to Control Panel (Change the view to 'Small Icons')
• Go to 'Users and Accounts'
• Select 'Change your Account Type'
I used to do this at my high school computers using Linux and the command prompt. I have also done this with my personal computers as well. I used a Linux operating system from my usb drive and ran it on the computer. I then changed the name of sticky keys to that of the command prompt so instead of pressing shift 5 times and getting the sticky key options, I got the command prompt. I would then restart the computer and press shift 5 times to pull up the command prompt before I logged in. This is because before you actually log in to any account, you are already logged into the admin account. So now I had a command prompt window with full admin privileges right in the log in page. From there I changed the admin password to one that I knew and closed the command prompt and logged into the computer admin account itself. From there you can have the admin login show up with your other profiles by going in the settings.
Which commands should I use to switch from standard administrator account because don't allow me to use lursmgr.mcs
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