How to make sub-Administrator account?

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How would you make a limited sub-Administrator account that will support the main Administrator account? I want to set this up with customize password. Any help? Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #94386

How to make sub-Administrator account?

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Hello Emma,

I had an experience wherein my windows xp crashed down due to my download and clicking the fedEx email virus. So I opted to resolve it by creating another admin account. But you can only do that if you are currently using the main admin account. Or at least you are in an admin account. Then click on the option button allowing your new created account to be administrator. There is also an option in that window to create a guest. You may also want to visit this website I found out http://blogs.msdn.com/b/aaron_margosis/archive/2004/07/24/193721.aspx. Thanks for asking and hope to hear from you regarding your problem. By the way if you are using Windows XP creating a new admin account is under control panel then users. 

Answered By 0 points N/A #94387

How to make sub-Administrator account?

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When you say sub-administrator, do you main to say another account (a second account) that has exactly the same privileges as the administrator or another account (a second account) that has 'some' of the functions of the administrator but not all the functions? If you mean the former, then you can just create a new account and set it as an administrator then he would then have the same rights as the main administrator. If you mean the latter, then you need to create a special group, set what administrative functions would be available to that specific group through the group policy editor, then add that user account to that group.

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