Power user/User Levels

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by w0lv3rin3, Aug 16, 2002.

  1. w0lv3rin3

    w0lv3rin3 The Source Political User

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  2. engel59

    engel59 Guest

    You must have Administrative Privileges.
    Start > Control Panel > Users Account.
    You can just click on the account you want to modify.
    Now click on "change my account type".
    You can figure it out from there.

    I only have one account so that is as far as I can go.
     
  3. w0lv3rin3

    w0lv3rin3 The Source Political User

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    no it was RUN CMD line, when u first start with one account with XP u are adminstrator, above that their is a Power User, bigger badder then Admin.
     
  4. chooch

    chooch Guest

    On Win XP Pro on the run command type "lusrmgr.msc" for Win XP Home on the run command type "control userpasswords2" you will find options to change the group membership some where in there either by right clicking on the account and going to properties or selecting properties depending on the version of XP you have. I beleive Power Users is not part of Win XP Home.

    Edit: Didn't see the other post there, actually the Administrator group is the highest in Win XP unless you are part of an AD Domain then it would be sometihng else.
     
  5. w0lv3rin3

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