Windows 10: Windows Local Admin Authorities

Discus and support Windows Local Admin Authorities in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; Hello, I am setting up my small business and I'm trying to setup 5 Windows PCs in our office, one of which I am trying to setup local admin... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by A1LED, Jan 14, 2021 at 10:52 AM.

  1. A1LED Win User

    Windows Local Admin Authorities


    Hello,


    I am setting up my small business and I'm trying to setup 5 Windows PCs in our office, one of which I am trying to setup local admin authorities to have over the other 4. I'm well aware of how to setup local users/admin on the same PC... but spread out among 5 different devices, I'm not so sure.


    Does anyone know if this is possible.. and the steps for doing so ??

    If not possible from Windows desktop, can it be done from MS 365? We have a family share plan.

    Or possibly an app that can be downloaded that will give me these capabilities?


    Also... I assume this would be much more complicated, but I would ideally like to set up a Mac for the admin device to have authorities over the Windows devices.... Any info about this and how I could possibly go cross-platform for these capabilities.. would be greatly appreciated.


    Thanks,

    John

    A1Led

    :)
     
  2. Namslas90 Win User

    admin password?

    You can reset the Admin Password using Windows XP repair; See Here for step by step.

    *Toast :toast:
     
  3. Matt18 Win User
    admin rights keep disappearing!?!!

    Hi guys,

    I am actually having a problem at work that our IT department hasn't been able to figure out. I am supposed to be a member of the admin group. We are on a domain. The problem is that everytime I reboot the computer I loose my admin rights(no longer in the administrator group) and just become a normal user again. I have tried googling this and didn't get to many results.
    I believe IT is just giving me local admin rights, not admin rights for the whole domain.

    Any suggestions?

    EDIT: It is on Windows XP Pro.
     
  4. Kem Mon Win User

    Windows Local Admin Authorities

    defragmentation denies my admin privilege

    Hi Billy,

    To further assist you, kindly check if your credentials is set to
    Admin. To set your credentials
    to Admin, please follow the steps:


    • Go to
      Control Panel.

    • Choose
      User Accounts.

    • Click on
      Change your Account type.

    If the issue persists, we suggest you to create a
    local Account and set it to Administrator. To create a local account, please click this
    link and set it as Admin. Use the local account to run the Defragmentation.

    Let us know how it goes.

    Regards.
     
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