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Windows 7 pro administrator account disabled after rebooting

Posted on 2015-02-11
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The administrator account gets disabled after rebooting on Windows 7 computers.  Any resolutions?
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by:rindi
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The account called "Administrator" on Vista and later m$ OS's is always disabled by default, and it should stay that way. You should rather create another account that is a member of the Admin group, but also that account shouldn't be used in normal use. You should always use a standard account for everything, and if something requires elevated rights, a UAC popup will show up asking you for the account name and password you created that is a member of the Admin group.
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Resolved, selected the 'aallow reomote connections'  thank you
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by:dgaudioso
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Resolved, set the acct ON via dos command,  thank you
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