How do I log in as admin in my PC?

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Out public PC is set to lock itself on boot and to log on a regular user to ensure security.  Now I am locked out of the PC.  How do login as admin?

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How do I log in as admin in my PC?

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Out public PC is set to lock itself on boot and to log on a regular user to ensure security. Now I am locked out of the PC. How do login as admin? Your problem is how you do login as admin.

Heres some details and explanation to help you. well it would help if you gave people more detail. Like if you have windows xp you can log into administrator mode through safe mode by restarting your computer and pressing F8 until a screen comes up asking what you want to do and click safe mode with networking.

If you have vista then you have vista you can go to command prompt and type in net user administrator /active: yes when your done with w.e. your doing do that again to make administrator hidden type net user administrator /active: no thats how to get Administrator user activated. No you can also right click the program and go to properties–>compatibility and tell it to run as Administrator

Please state your operating system next time when asking something that deals with your operating system.

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How do I log in as admin in my PC?

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No, you cannot. Before you can log in as administrator, you need to have an administrator account on the computer. When you log in to Microsoft Windows after booting, the login screen shows all the user accounts on the computer. You just need to select your user account to log in to the computer. The login screen also shows the administrator accounts.

If you don’t have their password then you definitely cannot log in to their accounts. Users with very less computer knowledge should never be allowed to access an administrator account because of the problems it might cause. An administrator account can perform all tasks on the computer unlike with a standard account.

Administrator accounts can install and uninstall applications, change settings in the system, modify user account settings, add and remove hardware and devices, and more. Standard user accounts don’t have these features with the exception to installing applications. Sometimes there are applications that can be installed using a standard account.

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