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MacBook Pro - Change Administrator Account Info


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I just received my new Macbook Pro. On startup, I set up the administrative account info as prompted. However, I want to make some changes. Although I can delete & re-enter a user account in System Preferences, it won't allow me to do so with an administrative account. Can you please help?? Thank you.
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