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Windows® 7 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 5. Managing User Access and Security

  • Understanding User and Group Accounts 125

  • Managing User Account Control and Elevation Prompts 131

  • Managing Local Logon 137

  • Managing Stored Credentials 144

  • Managing Local User Accounts and Groups 149

  • Managing Remote Access to Workstations 159

Computers running Windows 7 can be configured to be members of a homegroup, a workgroup, or a domain. When a workstation is configured as a member of a homegroup or a workgroup, user access and security are configured on the workstation itself. When a workstation is configured as a member of a domain, user access and security are configured at two levels: the local system level and the domain level. User access can be configured at the local system level for a specific ...

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