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I would like to create a new account in XP with administrative privileges to install software etc but limit some of the things this account can do with full rights i.e. elevate the privileges of other accounts. How would I do this?
I went to manage and I'm unable to Local Users and Groups because there is nothing that says LOCAL USERS AND GROUPS...
Hi, i have set admin rights as told above. But when i login to the same computer through Remote desktop i'm unable to see the LOCAL USERS AND GROUPS...
how can i get to log on an administrative.i try more but i couldnot found .only i found access is denied?
i need java adobe google toolbar no pop up blockers msn games webkinz installed and i cant get it and a better virus program
in XP Pro I have one adminstrator account which I created. this allows me to create users and do some adminstrator tasks and the OS calls me adminstrator BUT when I try to load software it tells me I need 'administrator privileges'. what can I do? why is this OS so flaky still?
I know that the directions in this article can't help me, since I'm running Xp Home sp3. I've looked around in the comments and followed the directions of other people who run the same os type as I do, but that didn't work, either. What else can I try to do to retrieve my rights?
I have a locked PC from my company that has a VPN circuitry, I wish to install google talk and search options and system doesnt allow me to install .s there a way to install these harmless and useful systems in a sytem that is locked for the user? how?
why isn't it there for xp home also!!!!!
im starting some research on how to crack the admin code... i already know that you can burn ohpcrack onto a cd and let it run when the computer boots so you can get the admin password but its a pain in the ass and im looking if there are any other easier alternative ways... so far, i reccomend using ohpcrack
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