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August 21, 2008 / technocrawl

How to become a system user in Win XP

I Hope that most of them know the user account types in Windows XP, a small description about all the user account types in windows XP is given below,…
Types of user accounts in Windows XP :-
here are three types of user accounts available in Windows Xp, and they were,..

1. Administrator Account.
2. Limited Account.
3. Guest Account.

NOTE : Try to create a New user account on window xp named ” system”. It wont allow you to create that user, because there already exists the user named “system” and that system user has the higher priority than the Administrator.

Administrator Account :
The Administrator Account is Intended for the people,
1. Who make System-wide changes to the computer. Install software, and access all non-private files on the computer.
2. Only a user with a computer administrator account has the access to other user accounts on the computer. Who can create and delete user accounts on the computer.
3. Who can change other user account names, pictures , passwords, and account types.
4. Cannot change his/her own account type. A user with a computer administrator account must make theses kind of changes.

NOTE : You Might see an account with the name “OWNER” at your first logon. The owner account, with computer administrator previleges, is created during Installations if no user accounts are set-up at that time. You can rename this account with a user’s name.

Limited Account :
The Limited Account is Intended for the people,
1. Who should be prohibited from changing most computer settings and deleting.
2. Generally cannot install software or hardware, but can access programs that have alreay been installed on the computer.
3. Can change his/her account names, pictures , passwords, and account types.
4. Cannot change his/her own account type and account name. A user with a computer administrator account must make theses kind of changes.

Guest Account :
The Guest Account is Intended for the people,
1. Who doesn’t have any user account on the computer.
2. By default this account doesn’t have any passwords, so any one can log on quickly to use the computer for some limited purpose.
3. Cannot Install Software or Hardware, but can acces applications that have already been installed on the Computer
4. Cannot change the Guest account type.
5. Can change his/her account picture.

NOTE : Some programs might not work properly for users with limited accounts. If so, Change the user’s account type to computer administrator, either temporarily or permanently.

I hope now all of you know about his already, but you can now refresh this, i tend to give this brief intro about the user accounts beacuse, most of them know only upto this, but there is a hidden secret user who has more previlege than the administrator, and that secret user is the “SYSTEM” user.
By default the “SYSTEM” user is hided by the Microsoft Windows programmers, but by using the upcoming trick you can too be a system user. Follow the steps given below in-order to become a System user,…..

1. Enter into the command prompt.
2. Now type the below command,…

at 22:45 /interactive “cmd.exe”

NOTE : The number 22:45 is the system time and you should enter this in the railway ime format.
3. Another thing you need to keep in mind is, always enter the time 1 Minute greater than the current time, also verify the AM and PM correctly.
4. Press CTRL + ALT + DEL and go to Task manager, search for “explorer.exe” and kill its process.
5. Then wait for a Minute, and after some time another command prompt with the title” C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe” will open then move to the new command prompt again and regenerate the “explorer.exe” process by simply typing “explorer.exe” in the command prompt.
6. Now you became system user, and to verify this go to the start menu and have look at the current user name, it will show you as “SYSTEM”.

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