Using the method below on Windows 10 to save memory on the Recovery Drive, I do not get a list with administrator when I right click on Command Prompt after bringing it up. I am trying to delete/disable the sleep function and need administrator to do so. It's my laptop and no one else uses it. I don't remember signing in as administrator when Windows 10 replaced 8. It is requiring I use administrator to delete the program.
I tried to use the following procedure to enable the Windows 10 administrator account do the following but it did not produce a list when right clicking on Scroll Command at the top (see picture) CMD.jpg 45.67KB 0 downloads:
- Tap on the Windows-key. This should open the start menu or bring you to the Start Screen interface depending on how Windows 10 is configured on the system.
- Type cmd and wait for the results to be displayed.
- Right-click on the Command Prompt result (cmd.exe) and select "run as administrator" from the context menu. Alternatively, hold down the Shift-key and the Ctrl-key before you start cmd.exe.
- Run the command net user to display a list of all user accounts on the system.
- To activate the inactive administrator account, run the command net user administrator /active:yes
- If you want to enable the guest account as well run the command net user guest /active:yes
Edited by capturit, 01 March 2018 - 01:32 PM.