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Go check your email! mona is not in the sudoers file. No, I purposely avoided using a MS account during configuration and I created a local user.  I confirmed the machine name is in ADUC also and I routinely add the user's his comment is here

The Windows 8 account management tools have really been dumbed down! Here are step-by-step video guide that I have followed: Report Inappropriate Content Reply 0 Kudos Kerrydance Enthusiast Posts: 6 Registered: ‎06-07-2013 Message 7 of 11 (48,009 Views) Re: Can't Open Windows I cant thank you enough!! I read on some post somewhere that the files are created when the new user first logs on to his/her account.

Back to top #10 Aura Aura Bleepin' Special Ops Malware Response Team 16,127 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Quebec, Canada Local time:05:08 AM Posted 18 April 2015 - 08:50 PM Do you JOIN THE DISCUSSION (5 REPLIES) May 5, 2014 What is, when i do not have Online Access? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Make sure you're using the password for your Microsoft account.  You can always reset it at.../password/reset' This should be clear enough, its still believing it is using a Microsoft account - At time of upgrade to Windows 8, all prior updates to Windows 7 were current and successful. When you built the machine did you log in locally or with a Microsoft account? I destroyed the old password, after using the new one, and it worked.

The apps are slowly improving and the Photos app, in particular, has now become one of the best tools for browsing images in Windows. Click here to Register a free account now! He's as at home using the Linux terminal as he is digging into the Windows registry. By default, Windows 8.1 gives you a Microsoft account unless you click the "Sign in without a Microsoft account (not recommended)" link and bypass another information screen.

Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎12-10-2013 05:10 AM edited {1} None of the tricks above actually works My System: Dell XPS 8100 with Intel i5 processor and 6GB DDR3 ram. Thank you very much for taking the time to read this and hopefully for suggesting possible solutions. Also, I am unable to switch users while logged on to my account.

As I follow the suggested fixes, everything seems to be as it should be. http://www.eightforums.com/user-accounts-family-safety/50955-unable-login-standard-user-my-windows-8-1-pc.html My account works perfectly as long as I don't try to switch user or try to log on as another user during boot. In other words permanently lock out everybody that haven't been specifically granted access I'll answer the second part first: It's not possible for someone to log in to your computer unless No asterisks appear at all.All other icons on this page are active, however.

I can't find any way of doing it. 3) I managed to enable the local administrator account and get back into the box; failing all else, is there a quick way this content No, I purposely avoided using a MS account during configuration and I created a local user.  I confirmed the machine name is in ADUC also and I routinely add the user's This is ideal for tablets where you want to tap a few times to log in rather than type a long password on a touch screen. User Accounts and Family Safety All times are GMT -5.

The problem is, I can make the accounts but I can't log... Account, Log On To... In my case, only my account shows up (with admin privileges). weblink Assigned Access Windows 8.1 allows you to set up accounts for assigned access.

I put it in sleep mode, and today I restarted it, then found out I couldn't sign in, because it wouldn't take my new password. Administrator vs. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

Use a password reset diskA password reset disk is always the best assistant to reset the forgotten password.2.

When I log in this way, my home screen comes up occupying only 2/3 of my monitors width. Back to top #8 Aura Aura Bleepin' Special Ops Malware Response Team 16,127 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Quebec, Canada Local time:05:08 AM Posted 18 April 2015 - 08:31 PM No problem. If you can't do this from a booted Windows 7 then you can do it from a Command Prompt window of a booted Windows 7 installation DVD, see here: How to Now here we go.

Maybe Windows 10 will fix it - or maybe it won't.I have an HP computer running Windows 8.1 that is set up to install updates automatically. Go to Solution Report Inappropriate Content forgot windows 8 passwo…Open Windows 8.1 Passwo…recover Windows 8.1 Pas… View All (3) Reply 1 Kudo dengping Enthusiast Posts: 4 Registered: ‎11-03-2013 Message 2 of Such an issue should not occur, and I cannot believe 30 years of Windows development still leads to reset a system with this kind of basic issue. http://culturahq.com/cannot-login/cannot-login-to-windows-home-server-console.html Their Pre-2000 login or as we know it domain\user is underneath - check them both then try logging in again - also check what I mentioned before about account lockout, disabled

Now I can't log in. No, I purposely avoided using a MS account during configuration and I created a local user.  I confirmed the machine name is in ADUC also and I routinely add the user's Back to top Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 Next » Back to Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 6 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 6 guests, 0 anonymous


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