I have a Microsoft administrator account but my second Microsoft account is users. How do I put my second administrator account ?

Jordan Martin 1 Reputation point
2022-07-07T14:48:44.887+00:00

Hello everyone, I have a problem .... I currently have a Microsoft pro account that I created by my company so this account is administrator but my second account is him users or I want him to be administrator too.
I tried to go through the command netplwiz and add the user account so that it becomes administrator unfortunately I do not happen with this second account to become administrator

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  1. Dave Patrick 426K Reputation points MVP
    2022-07-07T14:55:15.067+00:00

    Add the user to the local Administrators group.

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  2. Dave Patrick 426K Reputation points MVP
    2022-07-07T15:32:46.093+00:00

    May depend on if the user is a local or a domain user. Adjust the Location appropriately.

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  3. Nick Forslund 1 Reputation point
    2022-07-08T03:26:55.8+00:00

    Hello, if both of you are using work or school accounts, please go into "Settings", select "Accounts" and go into the "Other users" tab. You will see that your user account is an administrator on this page. Please take a note of the naming convention as some users got a prefix before the actual username.

    Click on "Add account" next to "Add a work or school account". Type the correct naming convention for your colleague. Example: "DomainName\Username". Select Administrator as the account type.

    If you cannot see the naming convention, please go into CMD and type: "whoami /USER" to see your username.

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  4. Limitless Technology 39,161 Reputation points
    2022-07-13T14:30:17+00:00

    Hi there,

    First, you need to check with your company whether you can create a second admin as it seems it has been set up by your organization. If your company policy allows it then it's simple to do. Select Settings > Accounts > Family & other users, click the account to which you want to give administrator rights, click Change account type, then click Account type. Choose Administrator and click OK. That'll do it.

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