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15 Sep 2009  

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Brink View Post
The built-in Administrator account is disabled by default in Windows 7, so unless you have it enabled, you will need to keep the default administrator account that was setup during installation. These accounts are not the same though. Without at least one administrator account enabled, you would not be able to UAC approve or run anything that requires permission to run as adiministrator.
I see, so effectively I could enable the administrator account to show - and then delete the superfluous user admin account. Many thanks once again for your insight Shawn.
I would not delete the other administrator account. Instead, I would not use the built-in Administrator and only use the default administrator account setup during installation. The built-in Administrator is suppose to be for getting you out of trouble in case something happens to your default one.
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