Open a elevated command prompt
2. To Enable the Hidden Built-In Administrator Account
A) In the elevated command prompt, type the command in bold below and press Enter. (See screenshot below)3. To Disable the Hidden Built-in Administrator Account
WARNING: Make sure you are not logged into the built-in Administrator account when trying to disable it. You must be logged into a normal administrator account to do this instead. It will not work if you try to disable the built-in Administrator account while you are still logged on to it
net user administrator /active:yes
A) In the elevated command prompt, type the command in bold below and press Enter. (See screenshot below)4.
net user administrator /active:no
You will get the message, The command completed successfully
. If not, repeat the step.
NOTE: If you are still unable to enable the built-in Administrator account from here, then try this again in Safe Mode instead.
Close the elevated command prompt.
Log off (in Start Menu) and you will see your new built-in Administrator
account next to your current account(s).7.
Click on the new Administrator
account display picture icon and log on
You should create a password
for this account for better security.
You will then need to set up it's desktop preferences like any other account.