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Authored by: davidmorr on Feb 23, '05 07:47:05PM

An easy way to enable root is

dsenableroot -u adminusername

adminusername is the username of someone with admin privileges.

It asks for the password of that account, then the password to use for root.

See more:

man dsenableroot

There does not seem to be a similar command to disable root.

David



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