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Enable user account from the cmd line in

By ARESGIRL ·
HELP!!

I recently disabled a user account. When I restarted my pc, I can no longer logon under administrator. Is there a way to enable the user account I disabled from the command line?


Need answer asap!

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Enable user account from the cmd line in

by bcbvale In reply to Enable user account from ...

Try NET USER /? for options.

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Enable user account from the cmd line in

by quintar51 In reply to Enable user account from ...

I don't think net user can help you. Once the admin account is disabled, it's all over. Unless there's another account that's part
of the Administrators group.

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Enable user account from the cmd line in

by R. A. Caluste In reply to Enable user account from ...

You can delete SAM (%systemroot%\system32\config\SAM) recreate the Security database. The next time you log-on, you have default admin. However, all accounts are also delete and must be recreated.

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