Windows Vista includes no fewer than four different interfaces for managing users and groups:
User Accounts. Located in Control Panel, User Accounts provides the simplest method to perform common tasks. For more information, see "Working with User Accounts" in this chapter.
Advanced User Accounts. If your computer is joined to a domain, clicking Manage User Accounts opens Advanced User Accounts. (The title bar of the dialog box doesn’t include the word Advanced, however.) If your computer is not joined to a domain, you can open this version by typing control userpasswords2 at a command prompt.
The capabilities of Advanced User Accounts are few (you can remove local user accounts, set passwords, and place a user account ...