So I have a macbook pro, and I wanted to know if there is a way to require the password of the user being deauthorized as admin when trying to deauthorize them. I share my macbook with other people, and they have admin privelegde too, but i was looking at system preferences and i can very eaily deauthorize them as admin without needing their password, and they can do the same to me. is there anyway around this? also note that i can still update my mcabook, i just have been procrastinating on that for over a year.
MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2012), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)
No, there isn't. Any user with administrator privileges can change the status of any other user. Quite frankly that's as it should be. Otherwise someone could keep their password a secret and you couldn't ever remove them, obviously not a good situation in many companies.