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  1. Agatha
    January 20, 2024 @ 6:58 pm


    There is no SpecialAccounts in my Winlogon folder, just AlternateShell, GPExtension, lostMode, ShellPrograms and UserDefaults.
    Administrator does not appear in UserDefaults either.
    Prior to this, I used Command Prompt and typed "Net user Administrator /active: yes" next to x:\Windows\System32>
    then Enter, and saw the Command completed successfully message, so I should have an Admin account.
    What else can I do for the Administrator account to appear on log in screen?

    Thank you for your help


    • Konstantinos Tsoukalas
      January 22, 2024 @ 11:33 am

      To see the Administrator account: Right-click on Start menu and go to Shutdown or Sign out > Sign Out. If you still cannot the Administrator account Repair Windows with an In-Place Upgrade or to perform a clean installation of Windows.


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