From what I've read, it is good security approach to have two accounts, one admin and one standard.
I am trying to run the following command in terminal on my standard account
sudo mv /System/Library/CoreServices/Search.bundle /System/Library/CoreServices/Search.bundle.bak killall SystemUIServer
It asks for a password at which point the process fails because the current user "is not in the sudoers file."
Is it asking for my admin account password or root password? Do I have a root account/password if I haven't explicitly set one up? How do I temporarily elevate my access to execute the command without necessarily enabling root?