Thanks for getting back to me! I need to give the administrator 's authorizations to delete a folder, I'm on Windows 7 ultimate x64. No way to allow it and continue. Like I said, I expect that it's something simple that's being overlooked. To make sure this is not a problem, you should of your system using. Click Yes on User Account Control to run Command Prompt with administrator. But as mentioned earlier, never activated default administrator and not have the password.
Sometimes, even if you run it as admin, Windows will still prompt you with the error. Are you blocking adobe in your hosts file? Your network account may be a local administrator to the machine, but you it is probably not in the Account Operator group. Afterwords I couldn't revert back to an admin account because of the same above error giving me even less permissions, so I activated the hidden admin account and logged in on that to try and make me admin again, but that didn't work so I went back to my old one and deactivated the hidden admin account but now I have lost all my admin rights and can't even bring the hidden one back up wit the cmd line that normally activates the hidden admin account because I get the error 5 problem. I haven't setup any password for the admin account before and I tried all of my used passwords. Our recommended virus scanner is a program called Step 4 — Clean Out The Registry — Registry cleaners can play a very important role in how well Windows operates, and can help stop System Error 5.
I know you are being funny but I am not laughing. Edit: There really isn't any kind of group policy setting that affects the ability to change passwords, per se. I am not sure if the problems are from malware, or changes you made, or both, so let's try looking for malware first. Net user assumes no if you don't use this option. Their seemed to have been a corruption some where maybe someone else will have theory as to why. If I had those privileges I would not be talking to you now.
Click full control box and click apply. This occurs because the user does not have permission on the cmd. And try to be a little nicer about it. I get the same message as posted above. So there must be some policy or security permission somewhere that allows the administrator account to do what the admin account cannot.
Include relevant background details in your post. This is common when you are trying to run the Net View or Net Time command at command line. I am having the same difficulty. It will scan all System Files and Registry Keys that have been damaged by security threats. Just uploaded new better video with sound that covers system error 5 New Video that does not require removal of password!!! Can you login any other way? The TechHelp person did not understand the problem or the many people trying to explain. What happened to this account? If I had those privileges I would not be talking to you now.
Windows restricts privileged commands to be executed only from elevated administrator command prompt. I'm pretty sure I am, I'm not sure if it's deleted but I don't think I can access it anymore unless i'm missing something, even through safe mode. Firewalls are off on all of them. Not the answer you're looking for? Make sure that your antivirus is not part of a package that contains a personal firewall, and does not contain a component that acts as a firewall. How many accounts are currently on the system now? I did however find out how to get to the login screen for the hidden administrator by doing an advance startup but I can't get past the login screen because it requires a password I don't know. Sure John In my windows 7 the admin account did not show up on my windows startup screen but when I loaded chntpw it could see an admin account.
Some very obscure errors have very simple resolutions. A maximum of 48 characters is allowed. We disclaim any ownership, right of such third party products or copyrighted material unless otherwise specified. The minimum characters required can be viewed using the net accounts command. To repair damaged system, you have to purchase the licensed version of Reimage Reimage. It was telling me the font was not a valid file and after browsing the internet I was told to do some things to activate the administrator account and that's what I did but when it didn't solve my problem I had lost administrator rights on my user account and wasn't able to get them back I assigned myself as admin but after applying it went back to normal.
Use Administrator to sort out your problems then when you have made one or more administrator accounts, disable it again. Close everything else and run the exe file. Then click on All programs 3. This should solve problems with the time zones and should take care of the system error 5. Using this option is the same as using the net help command with net user: net help user. Now if I try to open command prompt as admin as you suggested, it requires administrator password.
Connections made with domain accounts remain unchanged. However, since I cannot add any more. Using username with no other option will show detailed information about the user in the Command Prompt window. One, called 0utsky and I presume the hidden one. Found on Dell website, this worked for me same issue. I have tried pogostick with no joy.
How many accounts are currently on the system now? Please revert back for any further help. To ensure this is not a problem, you need to be able to clean out all the virus infections that your system might have with a virus scanner. We cannot log into any account which has admin privileges. Running on Vista Home Basic at the moment and trying to keep my password from expiring. The standard also works with the net user command but only displays the basic command syntax. It expires in 2 days and this is the millionth time I've had to change it and I'm running out of memory in my head to handle any more. The problem I'm trying to solve is several support personnel needing to connect to the same servers and disconnecting each other mid-session.