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Unread 08-03-2013, 07:23 AM   #1
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Enable root user in MAC Lion using command prompt?

Hi All,

I know how to enable the root account using graphical user mode. Please let me know how to enable the same using command prompt.

Also guide me, enable root account is safe? It it make any security issue.


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Re: Enable root user in MAC Lion using command prompt?

Finally I have find out the solution.

The command "dsenableroot" is used to enable the root account in macox machine.

For that we need sudo access, so the admin privilege account have permission to enable the root account.
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