Enable the Hidden Administrator Account in windows 7 !

Basically there are 3 ways in order to activate the account:

1)USING COMMAND PROMPT

2)USING LOCAL SECURITY POLICY

[USING COMMAND PROMPT]

1)Run Command prompt as administrator. Right click cmd.exe and click run as administrator.

2)To Activate Administrator account enter

net user administrator /active:yes

3)If you want you can specify password using (its your password in the place of password in command)

Net user administrator password

4)To Disable administrator account

net user administrator /active:no

[USING LOCAL SECURITY POLICY]

1)Type secpol.msc in run or in search box.

2)This will open local security policy.

3)Navigate to security options. Then you will see the entry Accounts: Administrator account Double click it to enable it!!!!!!!

NOTE:

For XP and VISTA Only

[REGISTRY METHOD]

1. In Search box or in Run

2. Type regedit and click OK.

3. Click the plus sign next to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
then Software
then Microsoft
then Windows NT
then CurrentVersion
then Winlogon
then SpecialAccounts
then click UserList

4. Look for an entry on the right side for Administrator. If it doesn’t exist, you will need to create it. To do so, right-click on UserList and select New > DWORD Value. Give the value a name Administrator.

5. Right-click the Administrator entry and click Modify.

6. Set the Value data to 1 and click OK.

7. Close the registry editor and restart the computer. The Administrator account should now be an option on the login screen.

<<<<<<<<<<<HAPPY COMPUTING>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


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