How to get admin privileges for your limited account !!!
This is a new cool trick on how to create a admin account on widows when you are only a limited user. e.g: your school you are restricted from using different services. like playing music, no internet browsing..etc..
Now this is the way to bypass that security measure.. please note this is only for educational purposes and it will NOT work on all the networks.
Here is a way to make either your existing account an administrator account, or to create a new administrator account on Windows, I’m going to presume the hard disk on your system is called C:\ and that the system32 directory is C:\Windows\System32\. It may be different on your system.
First, open Command Prompt
(either; Start->Run->Type cmd.exe->OK OR; Double-Click C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe
Create an account, if you do not wish to create a new account, ignore this step.
Type the following into the black box that appears (command prompt)
net user <new username> <password> /add
net user max 123456 /add
This will create a password protected account.
The username will be max
The password will be 123456
Find all of the user groups that are available on the network
This will bring up a list like this
The command completed successfully. (can be different according to different systems)
Input the following into Command Prompt
net localgroup <group without *> <username> /add
net localgroup administrators max /add
This would add the username “max” join the group “administrators” and have all privileges related to that group.
This will work on local machines. and if you are lucky enough and the admin is not very good on what he is doing you can create your own admin account in an networked environment as well :) :) but if the cmd command prompt is restricted or a manual access rights are placed then no way to make this work.. You will probably get into trouble if you get caught doing this.. I have only provided this as an example of what you can do with command prompt and thus why it should always be disabled on limited accounts, I am not responsible for anything you do with this. also note that this only work at home or in an unmanaged network.