3.4. Task 3.4: Disabling Local User Accounts

Inevitably, all companies experience churn; employees come, employees go. Overall, however, barring a major reorganization, the corporate structure tends to remain constant. In other words, in larger organizations, there is always a CEO, always a head of HR, always one or more IT folks running around like the proverbial headless chicken. If any of these employees move on to other pursuits, it is highly likely that someone will come along to take their place.

A user account is named for the individual who uses its credentials, but the value is not in the name. The true identity associated with a user account is in the rarely seen, fairly unattractive alphanumeric code associated with it. Microsoft, ...

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