Remove the password of another user account on Windows 7

Provided you are either an administrative user yourself ("Administrator Account"), or that you have one of the administrator's passwords, you have the ability to customize and edit security settings for other users on a Windows 7 computer. You can, for example, change the password of another user, or, as you'll learn in this tutorial, you can also delete and remove another user's password altogether. But, depending on a number of Windows 7 security settings and how you logon, that may not even be necessary.

Disable password protection of another Windows 7 user account

Follow these steps to remove password protection from another user's profile:


As soon as you click, Windows 7 brings you back to the previous screen, and you will notice a difference in the links displayed: since the selected user no longer has password protection, a "Create a password" link shows instead of the two links you had before (to change or remove the current password).

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