Re: All User Accounts Don't Show in Logon Window
On Tue, 30 Mar 2010 19:15:11 -0700, "Gene E. Bloch"
>On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 22:44:06 -0400, five256@NOwhere.com wrote:
>> I should add that I'd like to set up an Administrator account but it
>> won't let me name it Administrator because it says there's alread an
>> account by that name. I can't find it.
>> On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 21:35:26 -0400, five256@NOwhere.com wrote:
>>>I have five User Accounts (one of which is Administrator and one of which
>>>is Guest). However, only two accounts show when I log on (two of the
>>>'other' accounts). How do I get all the accounts to show in the logon
>>>window? Thank you.......
>> I am incorrect above when I say I have an Administrator account that
>> shows at Login. It doesn't.
>Run this command in an elevated command prompt to make the Administrator
>net user Administrator /active:yes
>When you don't need it for a while, run the command with no instead of yes.
>That's for *the* administrator account. A user account with a different
>name and administrator privileges has only a slightly limited set of those
>I have heard (but not tried it myself) that if you press Ctrl-Alt-Del when
>the login screen is visible you'll also see the Administrator account.
Thank you, Gene!