Re: Why can limited account user change its type to administrator?

Oosterplein wrote:
I created a limited account for my son, but he can change his
account to administrator privileged account from "User Account"
menu in Control Panel. Why can he change the type from one to

In safe mode, only created are "Administrator" and my own.

A limited account cannot change its type.
However - if you did not protect the password well and keep the machine from
being bootable from anything but the hard disk drive - many things can be
gotten around with simply reboots/utilities/logons..

Shenan Stanley
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way


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