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I'm providing this answer as an alternative to watching OP's video and in case the video ever goes down. It sounds like you're looking to enable the administrator account again. If you cannot sign into Windows at all, have no other boot devices, and want to use no software - do the following. Click/Tap on the Power button under the Start Menu or on ...


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Click on the Start button on Taskbar. You should be able to see your Account name at the uppermost part of Start Menu. Right Click on your Account name. You see three options in a dropdown – Click Change Account Settings. On the right you can see your present account picture. Click Browse button to change it. Source If you are using a Microsoft ...


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No. Accounts can be modified by the usermod command (for example for changing your username you'll run usermod -l new_name current_name) which can be run only by superuser. Also, you shouldn't be logged in when changing your username. Actually, you probably even can't be logged in, since usermod will fail if any process is run under your username. EDIT: ...


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You can deny a user the right to login locally (interactively) in Local Security Policy editor (secpol.msc), in the User Rights Assignment node. Local Policies -> User Rights Assignments -> Deny Logon Locally (Source: http://www.isunshare.com/windows-8/deny-logon-locally-on-windows-8-8.1.html)


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For those who are looking for answers: I followed this video until Command Prompt after login screen (5:05). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dfEd4HZyV4 Then executed this command in opened command prompt. c:\>net user Administrator /active:yes And then restart the system. After reboot, it showed Administrator account and I am able to login. Don't ...


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To add an account as a member of the administrators group you need to be a local administrator already and you need to have rights to read the active directory information. A normal user can do this so what you want to do should be possible: log on as local admin connect on the VPN open Start | Computer Management | Local Users and Groups double-click on ...


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No, and also proactive actions may not be appreciated by the IT guy (maybe there's dependent apps or documentation to be filled) so I'd encourage you to ask them.



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