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Hey...my account is locked, how do I contact the system administrator?? Thank you

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Please go through the below link it will guide you the cause of this problem and solution.

http://www.blackberryforums.com.au/forums/general-bes-discussion/468-server-not-responding-please-contact-your-administrator.html

Note:It doesn't asks you to contact administrator it is error message.If this error message occurs follow these remedies.


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YES dear your user account has been locked . if you are connect by domain so tell to IT person if you''re not so open by administrator user and and follow some step .
Right click on my computer ==> Manage > user and groups >find you user>duble click > uncheck from lock user.

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How to Recover Windows 7 Administrator Password


Microsoft Windows 7 is the latest version of Microsoft Windows operating system. Compare to its predecessor Windows XP and Vista, Windows 7 is more powerful and more secure. Unlike Windows XP, Windows 7 adopted a new password protection system that we can't use the hidden administrator account by default. The problem is that when Windows 7 administrator password lost, we can no longer recover our lost password by using the hidden administrator account. Therefore, how to recover the Windows 7 Admin password if we lost or forgot it?

Don't worry, here are two methods for Windows 7 administrator password recovery:

Method one: Use another Windows 7 administrator account

If you had created more than one administrator account on your Windows 7 computer and you can remember the others admin password, you are lucky. In such a case, you can change one of the administrator accounts' password if you login with another administrator account. What you need to do is just following these 3 easy steps:

Step 1: Click Start -> Control Panel -> Add or remove user accounts

Step 2: Choose the locked administrator account.

Step 3: Click Change the password or Remove the password. And then you can change or remove the lost or forgotten password.

Please note: If you select this method, the locked Windows 7 administrator account will lose all EFS-encrypted files, personal certificates, and stored passwords for Web sites or network resources.

However, if the locked account is the unique administrator account on your Windows 7 computer, you can try the method below.

Method two: Use third party Windows password recovery software

There is plenty of software which is used to recover Windows password available online. You can choose one of them to create a Windows password recovery disk and use the disk to recover Win 7 Admin password. I recommend Windows Login Recovery. Then you can follow these 4 easy steps:

Step 1: Download the software and install it on another computer which has a CD/DVD writer.

Step 2: Run the software and burn the ISO image file into a blank CD/DVD.

Step 3: Recover Windows 7 administrator password with nearly burned password recovery disk.

Step 4: Reboot your locked computer without a password required.

Now you can regain access your Windows 7 operating system and create a new administrator password. The best thing of using this method is that you shouldn't lose any data on your computer. Furthermore, If you can't find a computer which has a CD/DVD writer or the locked computer have no a CD-ROM, You can burn the ISO image file into a USB flash drive and use the USB flash drive to recover your Windows 7 administrator password.

Try these two methods the next time you lose or forget your Windows 7 administrator password, which you do not need to reinstall Windows system for getting back to Windows by removing lost or forgotten password.

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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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In Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista, an administrator account is an account that is permitted to install software and upgrades, change file permissions, and create new users. Basically the account that can have access to the whole computer.. If you forgot the password you could always contact your computers original builder..... thank you for using fixya

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If your account does't have administrative previlages you can't change time and data.
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2: start > run > type "cmd" enter > type " time " enter
Now system will display current time and press enter then i will ask for time change .Now you can change the time if you want

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You'll need to know the password to an administrator account. The teacher account is probably the administrator. Alternatively, you'll need the system disc(s).

Once you've started it up with an administrator account, click the Apple menu in the upper-left corner. Click "System Preferences". Then click "Accounts".

By the way, what version of Mac OS X do you have? It's probably either 10.3 or 10.4 (If it has 10.2 or lower, you really need to buy a Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger" retail DVD and upgrade the operating system. In fact, I wouldn't use anything before 10.4.)

1. Anyway, click on System Preferences (showing "Accounts") again.
2. You'll need to click the lock near the bottom of the window and type in the administrator password again.
3. Look for the + and click it. This should allow you to make a new account. There should be an option to make it an administrator. Make sure you do so. Give it a password you can remember that has letters and numbers in it.
4. Log out (from the Apple menu).
5. Log in using the new account.
6. Click the Apple menu>System Preferences>Accounts again.
7. Click the lock again and type in your password.
8. Now click on the accounts you don't want. Then click the - (next to the +) and delete them.
9. You should be all set. There's an option to require a password when you turn on your computer or restart it. Or you can have it start up with no password.

Good luck and please let us know how it works for you. If it solves your problem, please rate me. If not, please post again and we'll help you through it.

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Hey!
If your computer is a part of a business network, you should contact the network administrator so he/she would setup or reconfigure your user account correctly.

If it's a home computer, you'll have to log on as Administrator to unlock your account. To do so:
  1. Click Start -> Log off (user name).
  2. Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete twice.
  3. Type Administrator in the user name and fill in the Administrator account's password. Leave blank if there isn't any.
  4. Once logged in, Click Start -> Run...
  5. Type in: LUSRMGR.MSC and click OK.
  6. Double-click on Users folder.
  7. Double-click on your locked user account.
  8. Uncheck "Account is disabled" and click OK.
  9. Close "Local Users and Groups" window.
  10. Click Start -> Log off Administrator.
  11. Login to your user account!
Note: If you don't have access to the Administrator account (because you don't have the password), please do tell and I'll give you the instructions on how to reset it.

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