First question: why is the Administrator account disabled in Vista
(Enterprise 64, if that matters)?
As a general SOP for folks in my dept, when they get a new computer (for
their office), I set their userid to have Administrator privs and set
the passwd for the default Admin account to something I know. That way,
they can do whatever they want with their machine, but I can still get
in to fix things if needed.
Iow, having the Administrator account active is important to me.
2nd question, is there a way to hide the Administrator account (if I
enable it) from the default logon screen? And yes, I know I can
change how users logon by disabling the Welcome screen - that is *not*
what I want to do.
3rd question, related to the 2nd: assuming I can hide the account from
the Welcome screen, apparently I can no longer Cnt-Alt-Del to get a
regular logon screen. Is this just disabled, or is it gone completely?