Jan 7, 2007 - General, Windows XP    2 Comments

Where is the Administrator account in Windows Vista?

By default, new Vista installations have the built-in Administrator account disabled with a blank password. If you want to enable the account, you need to set a strong password by using the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Computer Management snap-in and clearing the disable flag. It’s advisable to leave the Administrator account disabled, however, and use the Runas command to use Administrator privileges when required. If you log on as the Administrator account, then User Account Control (UAC) isn’t implemented and the session will have full privileges.

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  • i have window vista and i am using administrator account. but when i want to install a software it keeps saying “to install the application, you must have administrator privilege’ but i am already using my administrator account and i dont know whats the problem is. i dont know how to get administrator privilege.please help me

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