Need permissions in Win 7 to take possession of the corrupt administrator (user) account

I have a corrupt administrator user account that is only available in safe mode, at the command prompt.  I created another user account that gives me the Windows interface and I'm now trying to "own the administrator account to copy my files to my new user account."

I am not able to access or change anything from anywhere or management; (Registry, other user accounts, other folders or files, properties or fields etc.) due to the restrictions on my PC.  I tried to use the takeown.exe tool, but I'm not sure what should be entered in the command line.  I read on the parameters to TO, but do not seem to get any results.

Your advice is appreciated... Thank you!

Since you were using the command prompt window when you created the new user, I just assumed you have made using the command:

NET user newuser * / add

where 'newuser' is the name of the new user?

Did you also give this privilege to administrator newuser entering control:

net localgroup administrators newuser / add

While logged as administrator?

It would be necessary to perform the actions that you are trying to do.

HTH,

JW

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