Easy To Deal With User Accounts in Windows® 7
User account and Group account are provided by Windows 7. They are basically designed for the individuals and they also help to simplify the establishment of the multiple users. Now, it is very easy to log on with your user account.
Windows 7 provides you with two types of user account
1 Local user account
2 Domain user account
Local user account:
Those users account that are defined only on a local computer are known to be as local user account. These accounts have access to local computers only. The users account can be easily added and removed with Control Panel's User Account options. You can access Local Users and Groups through Computer management.
Domain user account:
Those users account that are defined in active Directory are called domain user accounts. Domain user account can be created using Active Directory Users and Computers. When you install the Remote Server Administrator Tools on your Windows 7 computer, this tool would be available to you on the administrative tool menu.
You can configure both these accounts as standard users account or administrator account, but both provide different advantages. Less privileges are provided by a standard user account on a local computer whereas administrative account provides you with enlarged advantages.
Logon name is required for the identification of users account. This logon name has two parts in Windows 7:
User name: the display text for the account
User Computer: The computer where user accounts exist.
User name is displayed when describing account privileges and permissions still security identifiers (SIDs) are the key identifiers for accounts. SIDs is unequaled identifier that combines domain security ID prefix with a unique relative ID for the users. With the help of these identifiers, Windows 7 tracks accounts and users name. It also allows you to change users name and delete accounts without caring about the fact that someone might re-create an account and gain access to it.
When a user name is changed by you, inform Windows 7 to map a particular SID to a new name and if you want to delete an account, simply inform Windows 7 that the specific SID is no longer valid. And even if you want to create an account with the same user account, the new account would not be given the same privileges and the permission as the new account you have created will have a new SID. Passwords are the valid proof for an account hence the users accounts can also be associated with passwords and certificates.
Default user accounts are installed with the installation of latest operating system Windows 7. It provides you with many built-in accounts. The followings are the key accounts:
Administrator: This provides you with the complete access to files, services, directories, and other facilities.
Guest: This is for the users who only require occasional access. The users should be careful using this account as the system can encounter security problem.
Local System: It helps to run system processes and handle system-level tasks.
Local Service: It is used to run the services that require less privileges.
Network Service: It is also used to run the services that requires less privileges but also access network resources.
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