I hid my admin account on windows 10 and cant access it

Byron1234

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I have hidden my admin account on windows 10 and I can't acess it anymore.Please help
 

Byron1234

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I have been struggling with this for a long time. It would be great if someone could help
 
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While it is not advised to use the Administrator account for regular computer tasks that do not need Administrator prilimanager privileges as an example for managing the system of a company named, Prili, or doing tasks requiring full access to Windows for others in private environments such as homes, it is possible to access a hidden Administrator account on Windows 10. Here is a link to instructions on how to make the Administrator account's icon visible again.
Link:
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us...e left-pane, click,the built-in admin account.

It is important to only use the Administrator account for system management tasks or installation-related tasks in order to keep Windows secure as much as possible. Computer viruses and malware are a greater threat to Administrator accounts than to regular user accounts.
 

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Are you referring to the built-in Administrator account? Do you have another account with Administrator privileges? If so, left-click on the Windows Start button, type cmd, left-click on the Command Prompt app, and then choose Run as administrator. Acknowledge UAC, if required.

Once the Command Prompt window opens, type in the following:

net user Administrator /active:yes
 
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search for System Restore, click to open, select the System Protection tab, usually opens on that automatically, click on System Restore, either click Recomended Restore or Choose a different restore point, (at the bottom), click next, then click on one of the restore points listed, click next and let the program run, hope this helps
 

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I'd be curious to know the answer to that one as well, Allan.
 

Byron1234

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Windows key +r then I typed regedit. I went to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\Special Accounts and then I made a file inside that called the name of my admin account. Here is a link to a video explaining what I did.
 

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