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Windows 7: Admin problem


20 Mar 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 
Admin problem

Hello, i have a problem, i try to delite files, but i need to have a permission to delite, so in command prompt i write "net users administrator/activate:yes.
Now, every time i start my computer i have two user account, 1. administrator and 2. my name. Can anyone help, because i wont to have just one. I try to write in command prompt net users administrator/activate:no, but wont work.

P.s. Sorry if my english is bad.

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20 Mar 2011   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bubimir View Post
Hello, i have a problem, i try to delite files, but i need to have a permission to delite, so in command prompt i write "net users administrator/activate:yes.
Now, every time i start my computer i have two user account, 1. administrator and 2. my name. Can anyone help, because i wont to have just one. I try to write in command prompt net users administrator/activate:no, but wont work.

P.s. Sorry if my english is bad.

From an elevated command prompt type net user active:no
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