How to remove computer user privilege restrictions?
Under the Windows operating system, user privileges can be categorized as ordinary users, administrators, super administrators, etc. Users with different privilege levels can access and operate computers and files in different scopes. If you have logged on to a restricted user account and find that you can’t perform the operation you want to accomplish, you can try the following methods to unlock your computer’s user privileges:
1. Elevate Privileges: If you are an ordinary user who can’t perform certain operations, such as installing software or modifying system settings, you can elevate your privileges to perform them. You can right-click on the application or file you want to execute and select “Run as administrator”.
2. Switching accounts: If the current user’s privileges do not meet your needs, you can switch to an administrator or super-administrator account with higher privileges, which allows you to perform certain high-level operations.
3. Modify user groups or user permissions: Administrators or super administrators can modify user groups or user permissions through the Control Panel, which may allow users to gain higher privileges to access and use computer resources. Open the control panel, double-click “Administrative Tools”, and then select “Local Security Policy”, find “User Rights (LocalPolicies)” option, and then find the “User Rights Assignment (URA)” option. Find the option “LocalPolicies” and then “UserRightsAssignment”. From there, you can add/remove users and give them additional rights. Please note that before performing this action, make sure you know what you’re doing and that your system is secure.
It’s important to note that modifying permissions can lead to computer security risks, so be careful any time you change permissions. Especially if you’re not quite sure what you want to do, or if you want to change critical settings such as administrator account permissions, back up important files and data before deciding what to do.