I was trying to enable my root user account and I ran into a problem. It doesn't work in Panther. FYI, this is a clean install and I'm running 10.3.1. This is what happened: 1. Loaded Netinfo Manager 2. Click on Security|Enable Root User 3. Put in my password, and added a password for the root account. 4. Clicked on my name in the upper right corner and chose "Login Window..." 5. Fast User Switching takes me to the login window. 6. There is now an option called "Other User", I chose this and logged in as root. 7. Use fast user switching to switch back to my main account. Now all of a sudden I can't switch back to root! It has disappeared from both the fast user switching menu and the Login window. But the root user is still logged in somewhere because if I try to restart the computer it warns me that there are other users logged on. I had to restart just to logout the root user. Now, the "Other User" option doesn't appear on my login menu at all, and if I go back into Netinfo manager and try to enable the root user again, it still doesn't show up. Any help on this? I actually would like to disable the root user account after I'm done using it (no sense in leaving it enabled), does anyone know how to do this also? Thanks in advance for your help.