Chapter 27. Setting Up and Managing User Accounts

In This Chapter

As you know from previous chapters, Mac OS X is a multiuser operating system because everyone who works on the computer can have a separate account that provides a private area in which to store personal files. In addition, when setting up different accounts, you can assign different levels of access to each user. Some users, those with less administrative access, can also have parental controls applied to them.

Understanding User Accounts

In Mac OS X, as with other multiuser systems, everyone who works on the computer can have a separate account in which to store personal files. In practice, that means when one user ...

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