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Administrator function is used to make system wide changes. This include system software / driver installation, User Creation and all other action that effect system changes
To work in full system administrator function, you need an account with admin privilege or use "run as administrator" option action that require admin function
To check whether your account has admin function, you may do this on your windows computer
1: Click Start > Search Type cmd press enter key
2: Right click cmd > Click run as administrator
If you get command prompt opened, we can confirm your account has admin privilege..
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No, i want you to open CMD using "Run as administrator"
Here's the procedure:
1: Click Start > type cmd
2: When found right click command prompt > Click "run as administrator"
3: Then you will get command prompt screen get opened
(All we need to know is whether you can open command prompt window using "run as administrator" option)
(If you are not an admin privileged used, you will be prompted to enter username ans password ***** you right click "run as administrator" option)
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It seems you are confused with the answer given. To break down that i am giving out another method to find out whether your account profile has admin privilege
1: Right click Start button > Click Run2: On Run dialog box type lusrmgr.mscThis opens windows local users and groups section3: Double click Users > Right side you can see your profile name4: Double click your Profile > Click Properties > Click Member of tabIf you see administrators there, you account is a part of admin privileged user.
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Could you please let me know whether above procedure helped you to determine profile mode