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MB Admin Enabler is a lightweight and easy to use application, that requires only three mouse clicks in order to enable or disable the Administrator account for Windows 8, 8.1, Server 2008 R2, Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2. These editions of the Windows operating system feature a built-in administrator account.
The integrated administrator account
For enhanced security the Windows operating system features a default administrator account that includes highest clearance level and privileges. Starting with Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows 8, the operating systems have automatically created an Administrator account with all the rights to install, uninstall or modify the system.
The built-in Administrator account allows you to run programs and applications before an actual user account is created. Moreover, you can use the built-in Administrator account in order to log into the system in the audit mode or to modify scripts in the auditUser configuration.
Quick enabler and disabler
Generally there are several ways of enabling the built-in Administrator account, including using an answer file created during the installation, log on in the audit mode or using the Local Users and Groups MMC. The latter option is dedicated to server editions only.
MB Admin Enabler allows you to perform this task in a very quick and simple way: by clicking one button. Disabling the built-in Administrator account can be done similarly, by clicking the designated button. This way, with MB Admin Enabler, you can disable the account for new installations, after creating a user account in OOBE. Moreover, the software allows you to easily change the Administrator account password.
Gain control of your system with three clicks
MB Admin Enabler allows you to enable or disable the built-in Administrator account at any time you wish. The task is required in order to perform updates or to install certain programs. However, you need to be logged in as an administrator in order to run the program, otherwise you do not have the permission to either enable, disable the built-in Administrator account or change its password.