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Re: Become an administrator from a Limited account
No answer. but con become full administrator of yur pc. when computer stops on welcome hold ctr+alt and press del. twice. you will see name of user. erase name . type there administrator& then press ok,Now you are logg on to administrator.you can change your password of administrator. Be carefull not to forget password.
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First, you have to log in as the administrator. Then you can go under control panel. There, you should find a User Accounts area. You can create an account with limited rights from there. Make sure that if your employee knows your admin password, you change it.
To get into the administator acount, press f8 repeatedly on startup, until an option screen appears. select safe mode, as this is the only way to get into the admin acount on xp. It may prompt for a password, which is the admin password you typed on setup. From the admin acount, you can go into user accounts, and make your normal acount admin.
Hope this helps,
It is a simple matter to add an administrator account to your computer provided you are already logged in as an administrator. If you are logged in as an account created as "limited",as many guest accounts are, you do not have the authority to create an administrator account.Provided you are already an administrator and only want to add a new account follow these steps. From the start button, go to control panel, then user accounts. Click on add account, create a name, click on administrator and just follow the prompts.