Local User and Group Management (Lusrmgr.msc) is a console for managing local users and groups on Windows. You can find this universal console on all versions of Windows, including Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2000. It is used to assign rights to different users and groups on a computer. For example, the default roles include administrator, power user, standard user, guests, etc. You can access local users and the group management console by running the command lusrmgr.msc.
Local User and Group Management (Lusrmgr.msc) consoles are handy and available in every Windows version. This command is not working on Windows 11/10 Home Edition whenever you try to run the lusrmgr.msc command on Windows 11/10 Home Edition, you will get the following message:-
“This snapin may not be used with this edition of Windows 11/10. To manage user accounts for this computer, use the User Accounts tool in the Control Panel.”
This risewindows article will guide you on how to enable lusrmgr on Windows 11/10 Home Edition and manage users?
How to Enable Local User and Group Management (Lusrmgr.msc) Console on Windows 11/10 Home Edition?
It is impossible to use the built-in local user and group management console tool on Windows 11/10 Home without a third-party tool that is very similar to the built-in tool and has the same functionality. To enable and use the Local user and Group Management (Lusrmgr.msc) Console on Windows 11/10 Home, please follow the below-given steps:-
Step 1. Now, download the Lusrmgr executable file from Github.
Step 2. Next, run the downloaded file on your Windows 11/10 Home edition.
Step 3. It will get the following screen which is very similar to the built-in lusrmgr tool:-
Step 4. You can create and manage users and groups under the Local users and groups console. Right-click on the Users menu and select to create a user.
Step 5. After that, the “Create new user” windows will open. Then, fill in the details of the new user you want to create under Windows 11/10 and click on the Create button.
Step 6. Now, select and right-click on an account to manage an account already created under your Windows 11/10. You can rename, set a password, and delete or edit the account.
One of the interesting features of this tool is that it lets you connect to a remote computer if a remote computer allows the remote connection. Right-click on your computer’s entry and select “Connect to computer” to access it.