Question about Computers & Internet
While you may be logged-in to an account which has "administrative" privileges,
you are not logged-in to the 'administrator' account.
Right-mouse click on the object that you would normally double-click to launch, to try to install the object, and then choose 'Run As Administrator'.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
For the purpose you have to log on as administrator by following these steps
1) Click the Start orb and click on Run (or press the Windows key + R)
2) Type in regedit and press OK. If it asks you to open this via UAP, then
3) In the Registry Editor, navigate to
4) In the right hand pane, right click the mouse and select New then Key. A new folder should appear in the left hand pane. 5) Name this new key Special Accounts and press Enter.
6) Right click the mouse on the new SpecialAccounts key in the left hand pane, select New then Key again to make a "sub-key".
7) Name this new key UserList and then press Enter. In this new User List key, right click in the right hand pane and select New then DWORD (32-bit) and name this Administrator then press Enter.
8) Double click on the new DWORD you just made, and set the value to 1 then press OK.
9) Restart the computer to see the effects - from the Welcome screen you should be able to login as the administrator any time you wish.
right click on "computer" and click on manage. click on "local users and groups", click on "users", click on "administrator" and right click, click on properties. toggle the box marked "account is disabled". this should clear this box. now close all windows. in control panel click on "administrative tools", now click on "local security policy". with :interactive logon:" enable "Do not display last last user name", and disable "do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL". now logoff and you are set. when you are in the administrator box you should set a password of your choosing.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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