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Enabling Administrator Permissions

For Windows 7 and Windows 8

1. Click Start and go to Control Panel (in Windows 8, press the Windows + X hotkey, and then select the Control Panel menu item):

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2. Select the Large Icons view option:

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3. Click User Accounts:

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4. In the window that opens, select Manage User Accounts:

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5. Click Add:

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6. In the line User, type Administrator and click Next:

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7. Select the Administrator access level and click Next:

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For Windows 10

1. Click Start and open the Settings menu, then go to the Accounts menu.

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2. Go to Family and other people tab (in Windows 10 Corporate this tab is called Other Users) and under Other people select ‘Add someone else for this PC’.

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3. In the next window, select ‘I don’t have this person’s sign-in information’.

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4. Select ‘Add a user without a Microsoft account’.

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5. Enter a username, password, password hint, and then select Next.

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6. Select the new Windows account and click Change Account Type.

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7. In the next window, change Standard user to Administrator.

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8. The new Windows account will be available to select on the welcome screen.

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Now when the operating system boots, you can select access with an account with administrator permissions.

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