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  • To enable the local Administrator account with Command Prompt on Windows 11 Pro or Home, use these steps:

    Open Start on Windows 11.

    Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.

    Type the following command to enable the Windows 11 Administrator account and press Enter:

    net user "Administrator" /active:yes
    Windows 11 enable Administrator account command
    Once you complete the steps, you can sign out of the current account and sign in with the Administrator account.

    If you no longer need the local account, you can use the same instruction to disable it, but on step No. 3, make sure to use this command: net user "Administrator" /active:no.

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  • This really is not the solution I'm looking for. I want to make sure a user with admin group membership has their network services linked to when it is being used with admin escalation privileges Jinesh sethia​.

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