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i have some problems with accessing WMI; so i ran WMIDiagn; however, the
script did not run because, it says, i am not a full administrator of the
machine. But it is not true; i am my machine administrator. Any idea so that
i may overpass this problem?
Thank you in advance. Any help will be very wellcome.
D.
 
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dumas said:
Fellows
i have some problems with accessing WMI; so i ran WMIDiagn; however,
the script did not run because, it says, i am not a full
administrator of the machine. But it is not true; i am my machine
administrator. Any idea so that i may overpass this problem?
Thank you in advance. Any help will be very wellcome.
D.
Try going into Safe Mode and use the Admin account there. That's the one
that's always there and cannot be deleted, an d only available in Safe Mode.
By default is has no password if you've never used it.

Or, you could check your permissions settings you the Admin account
you're presently using; I'm assuming it's one you created.

HTH

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