Win10 login Microsoft account, can’t switch back to the local account how to do?When most users use win10 system, they will log in with the micro software account, but when they switch to the administrator local account, they find that they can’t switch. How to solve this situation? Today, Xiaobian brings you the solution that win10 Microsoft account cannot switch back to administrator local account. Interested friends come to understand it.
Solution of win10 Microsoft account switch not back to administrator local account
First of all, we right-click “Start Menu”, click “run”, or use Win + R combination key to pop up run directly, enter the command: “regedit” to open the registry editor, as shown in the figure below.
In the registry editor interface, we expand HKEY_ LOCAL_ Machine option, expand Sam option, right-click Sam sub option, and select permissions.
Click “Administrators” to check “full control”.
Go back to the registry, F5 refresh, and you can see that under the Sam that was originally empty, the node is located to domainsaccountusersnamesadministrator, and then click the following figure to locate to 000001F4 in user (other values may be subject to the actual situation)
Then delete the item as shown in the figure below:
After deleting the above content, restart the computer. After restarting the computer, you will find that the login interface still needs a password [login name is also the name of the Microsoft account], and you still log in with your previous password.
Back to the desktop, right-click [this computer] management, then find [users and groups] – users, find administrator, remove the full name, and then apply.
Finally, right click on the administrator account to change the password.
Set a new password, and then complete, the account is the local account.
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