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Privileges how can we make user privileges?

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You can use Active directory. if you don't have Active directory, right click on the selected folder, choose porperties and then security.
in general term: go to control panel>>users accounts, select the user and select the permission rights you wan them to have. if the user is not listed,
goto control panel>> administrative tools>>computer management>>Local users and groups>> select users and add new user. name and password. (default is user-rights).
then you can go back to user acounts and change their rights.
Adminstrator=Full rights to all folder and file, software installation and uninstall.
Power user= 80% rights to software installation and uninstall, rights to view files not change.
STD user= right to their own folder and files only.

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Odd. During installation you get prompted for both a root password, plus a non-privileged user + password.
So after install you will always have both privileged and non-privileged access.

It is the non-privileged user you should use for logging on to the desktop, and use 'su -' whenever you need root in a terminal.
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That happens when you are running a user account that is not the administrator account. In many ways this is smart because trojans and viruses have the same trouble installing. In schools or office buildings where they want to control who installs what on the computers it makes less problems for an administrator to fix. In your case switch users and log into your administrator account in control panel see if you can give your usual user account administrator privileges, shut down administrator account and log into your usual account and see if it now has administrator privileges in the control panel/user accounts. If not then install software while logged in the administrator account but install for all users from now on. Or you can only use the administrator account and set it up the way you like it (like your regular user account)

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Only one user account is connecting to the internet?


This problem is usually due to parental controls or user application privileges/ network privileges.
The account that can connect to the internet should be the "administrator". In "Control Panel" access "user accounts" and check the privileges. Enable full (or the ones you want) access. "Parental controls" will block internet connections, check to make sure this is disabled or the correct level is enabled.

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I had a Wireless and suddenly disappeared from the Information Bar appeared these words some of the controls in this property sheet are disabled because you do not have sufficient privileges to access or...


Hello,
Check if you have administrative privileges on notebook.
Restart and boot in control panel and check in user accounts.
Goto network and internet and try connecting to wireless network.If still not working try creating a new user account with administrative privileges and check.

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Hey there; I couldn't install programs on my PC since I have no admin. previlage. How can I do that on my account? my PC is networked and network administred.


You can install programs on your PC ONLY with Administrator privileges!
It could be either by logging in as an administrator (or any other account with administrative privileges; Sometimes even Power User privileges is enough) OR right-clicking on the setup file of the program and choosing "Run as..." and specifying a suitable user account.
Other way will be cracking/resetting the Administrator's password - but I won't get into it... Anyway, it's probably set on a server and not in your local PC.

PS: You can ask your network administrator to grant you privileges as a local administrator (ie, only for your own PC) - if he agreed - that should solve your problem! :)

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My computer is refusing me as a computer administrator, although i am the only user on the computer. also the computer does not allow me to download any files or delete any either. it is a gateway mx8711


What operating system: XP or Vista?
You should be able to go into Control Panel and review what users have Administrative privileges. It is possible that you have a "hidden" admin account.
Left click on the Windows logo in the lower left corner
Left click on "Control Panel"
Double click on "Users" or "User Accounts"

There should be a list of names and user access privileges.

To change the privileges associated with names, you'll need to be logged on as an administrator. You might have to change the settings to show more log in names; or if Vista, select the little arrow next to the Padlock symbol on the power off screen and "switch user" to one of the administrator profiles.

It is good security practice to NOT always use an Administrator profile. Do maintenance as an administrator, but normal work as a Power User or other user. This reduces the likelihood of hackers or malware getting installed in your computer.

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How can I create a new account in win xp in my name. with all privileges.


If you have any other account which has administrator privileges, follow these steps to reset the password for the administratpr account:

Right click on My Computer>Manage>Click on the plus sign next to Local Users and Groups>Right click on User>Click on New User and give your desired name and password for that user.

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Same account user appears when i try to create a new account.i am trying to log in with a new password and user id. i have tried to get e'mail validation for a few hours now


no OS mentioned but this should work. Got into Control Panel/User Accounts and delete[yes Delete] all presently identified accounts. reboot. now go into User Account and do a new one.

Also, you did not mention if you are sole Administrator--ensure you have the privileges and are not a sub-account user with limited privileges.

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