Generally using “sudo” privileges in terminal provide most users with the administrative access they need to perform most tasks in macOS. While not necessary or recommended some users may wish to enable the “root” account of macOS and here’s how..
Select “Open Directory Utility”.
Click on the lock to make changes and enter your username and password.
Navigate your mouse to the top of the menu bar and select “Edit”.
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