How to open Command Prompt with Administrator Access

Aug 31, 2016 | 8:57 am

Published by | Chandan Singh

how to open command prompt with admin access

Most of people are facing problem that commands are not working in Command Prompt even the commands are perfectly written. And they expect some error, this happens generally because of many commands are running as administrator privileges.

If you have user account with the part of Administrator Group, but basically you have no permission to open command prompt with admin access. So there are two ways to open command prompt with administrator access. And that tricks working on Windows 7, Vista, 8 and 10.

Method 1:

Step 1:
Click on Start and type cmd.

Step 2:
Right Click on cmd and select run as administrator.

cmd open as administrator access

Step 3:
Then a dialogue box appears on your screen of User Control Access. It will ask to you that do you want to give administrator access to Command Prompt.

UAC

So click on Yes, now command prompt will open with administrator privilege.

command prompt

Method 2:

Step 1:
Click on Start and type cmd.

Step 2:
Press Control and Shift key on your keyboard and press enter (Ctrl+Alt+Enter). User Access Control will ask to give permission to administrator privileges, So click on Yes.

Step 3:
Now your command prompt will open with administrator access.

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