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Re: Administrator question

Postby Sharon F » Wed, 03 Mar 2004 20:03:01 GMT




If you open Control Panel> User Accounts (and User Accounts again if using 
Category View in Control Panel) -- what is the description shown for your 
user account? If you are in the administrator group, it will say "Computer 
Administrator" under your user name. 
 
-- 
Sharon F
MS MVP - Windows XP Shell/User

Administrator question

Postby Ann » Wed, 03 Mar 2004 23:17:40 GMT

Having been the only user of my computers for the past 10-11 years, I never
set myself up as Administrator.

Now, a program that I've downloaded and which has given me a registration
code, will not let me use my registration code to unlock the program unless
I have Administrative Privileges.

What do I need to do to get Administrative Privileges?

Ann



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