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    Admin Login (WinXP-SP2)

    Link to post edited by HansV to make it work.

    I saw posting about the Admin account only coming up when NOT in Normal mode... <post#=559164>post 559164</post#> but how DO I tturnn it on if needed?

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    Re: Admin Login (WinXP-SP2)

    At the welcome screen you can press Control+Alt+Delete twice and this brings up the logon window that allows you to log on as Administrator.

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    Re: Admin Login (WinXP-SP2)

    Tony:

    Fabulous... thanks.

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    Re: Admin Login (WinXP-SP2)

    Search the lounge for other threads on non-admin users. Unfortunately, to run as a limited user on XP it is not quite as straight forward as it should be.

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    Re: Admin Login (WinXP-SP2)

    Joe:

    OK... thanks.

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