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Rohit27
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Hi everyone, i have only 1 user account , which is administrator:- i lost admin rights so I can't access c drive if i try to access and then error msg display which is "Access Denied" and also c drive show NTFS and I also can't change permission and whenever I change permission/ account then pc also hang
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Thank you for posting your query in HP Forum.

 

We would like to suggest you.

 

it might be a surprise to you by hearing that there is a hidden administrator account in window 10, you just need to enable it and troubleshoot the issue you are facing. The built-in Administrator account is usually used to troubleshoot Windows. Unlike the normal Administrator account, this hidden by default or built-in Administrator account runs all programs and tools with admin rights by default, which means that the annoying UAC box will not appear when you attempt to run a program as administrator. This also means that all programs that are launched from this account are running without any restrictions.

 

IMPORTANT: As the hidden Administrator launches applications and tools without any restrictions, it’s wise to enable and use the account only if you know how to use it. Also, we recommend you assign a password to the account as soon as you enable it.

 

You can enable the same via Command Prompt. Kindly follow the below steps to enable hidden administrator account,

 

Step 1: Open elevated Command Prompt (Command Prompt with admin rights). To open Command Prompt as administrator, you need to type CMD in Start search box and then simultaneously press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys. Be sure to simultaneously press all three keys.

When you see the UAC prompt, click Yes button.

Alternatively, you can navigate to Start, All Apps, Windows System (double-click on Windows system folder), right-click on Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator option. Click Yes button when you see the UAC box to open elevated Command Prompt.

Enable the hidden built in Administrator account in Windows 10

When the elevated Command Prompt is launched, “Administrator” will appear in the toolbar of the Command Prompt (see below picture).

Enable the hidden built in Administrator account in Windows 10 step 2

Step 2: In the elevated Command Prompt, type the following command and then press Enter key.

Net user administrator /active:yes

Enable the hidden built in Administrator account in Windows 10 step 3

Step 3: Close the Command Prompt. That’s it!

The newly enabled built-in Administrator account can now be accessed by clicking your user account name in the Start and then clicking the Administrator account. This hidden Administer will now also appear on the login screen of Windows 10.

Enable the hidden built in Administrator account in Windows 10 step 9

Tip: To disable the built-in Administrator account, simply type Net user administrator /active:no in the elevated Command Prompt.

 

I hope this might help you to create/modify administrator permission to user accounts.

 

 

 

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Dark_Panther
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Thank you for posting your query in HP Forum.

 

We would like to suggest you.

 

it might be a surprise to you by hearing that there is a hidden administrator account in window 10, you just need to enable it and troubleshoot the issue you are facing. The built-in Administrator account is usually used to troubleshoot Windows. Unlike the normal Administrator account, this hidden by default or built-in Administrator account runs all programs and tools with admin rights by default, which means that the annoying UAC box will not appear when you attempt to run a program as administrator. This also means that all programs that are launched from this account are running without any restrictions.

 

IMPORTANT: As the hidden Administrator launches applications and tools without any restrictions, it’s wise to enable and use the account only if you know how to use it. Also, we recommend you assign a password to the account as soon as you enable it.

 

You can enable the same via Command Prompt. Kindly follow the below steps to enable hidden administrator account,

 

Step 1: Open elevated Command Prompt (Command Prompt with admin rights). To open Command Prompt as administrator, you need to type CMD in Start search box and then simultaneously press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys. Be sure to simultaneously press all three keys.

When you see the UAC prompt, click Yes button.

Alternatively, you can navigate to Start, All Apps, Windows System (double-click on Windows system folder), right-click on Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator option. Click Yes button when you see the UAC box to open elevated Command Prompt.

Enable the hidden built in Administrator account in Windows 10

When the elevated Command Prompt is launched, “Administrator” will appear in the toolbar of the Command Prompt (see below picture).

Enable the hidden built in Administrator account in Windows 10 step 2

Step 2: In the elevated Command Prompt, type the following command and then press Enter key.

Net user administrator /active:yes

Enable the hidden built in Administrator account in Windows 10 step 3

Step 3: Close the Command Prompt. That’s it!

The newly enabled built-in Administrator account can now be accessed by clicking your user account name in the Start and then clicking the Administrator account. This hidden Administer will now also appear on the login screen of Windows 10.

Enable the hidden built in Administrator account in Windows 10 step 9

Tip: To disable the built-in Administrator account, simply type Net user administrator /active:no in the elevated Command Prompt.

 

I hope this might help you to create/modify administrator permission to user accounts.

 

 

 

Best Regards,
Dark_Panther.
I am an HP Employee.
Note: Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.:smileyhappy:

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If command prompt also not run as administrator so i this case what can i do
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