Do you need to log on to Windows Vista as administrator? You can find answer you want below. Firstly, you need to enable Vista admin account! By default, windows Vista’s secure computing initiative decides that it will be best to disable the administrator account in Vista so that malicious programs cannot run and take over your computer. Actually, it is a good security measure and it’s just annoying if you need to logon to the administrator account. Fortunately, it is not very hard to enable the admin account in Vista, so here are the steps you need to take in order to get the administrator account as an option on the Vista logon screen.
Step 1: First you need click on the START MENU and right click on COMPUTER. Select MANAGE from the context menu.
Step 2: In the left hand menu, expand LOCAL USER AND GROUPS and then click on USERS.
Step 3: Now right click on the ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT and choose PROPERTIES. You’ll see a check box called “ACCOUNT IS DISABLED” that is checked.
Go ahead and un-check that box to logon to the administrator account in Vista! It’s ok!