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Practice: Work with Local User Accounts and Groups
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In this practice, you will create a new local user account and then modify the account using the Computer Management console in Windows XP Professional. You will also create a new local group and then add user accounts to it.
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Exercise 1: Create a User Account
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1. From the Start menu, select Control Panel. (It is assumed that Control Panel is in Category View.) 2. In Control Panel, select Performance And Maintenance. 3. In the Performance And Maintenance window, select Administrative Tools. 4. In the Administrative Tools window, select Computer Management. 5. In the Computer Management console, expand the System Tools node and then expand the Local Users And Groups node. 6. Under the Local Users And Groups node, right-click the Users folder and select New User. 7. In the New User dialog box, type a user name. Optionally, you can also enter a full name, description, and password. 8. Click Create. 9. Click Close to exit the New User dialog box.
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Exercise 2: Modify an Existing User Account
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1. From the Start menu, select Control Panel. (It is assumed that Control Panel is in Category View.) 2. In Control Panel, select Performance And Maintenance. 3. In the Performance And Maintenance window, select Administrative Tools. 4. In the Administrative Tools window, select Computer Management. 5. In the Computer Management console, expand the System Tools node and then expand the Local Users And Groups node. 6. Under the Local Users And Groups node, select the Users folder.
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Lesson 1
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7. Right-click the user account you created in the previous exercise and select
Properties.
8. In the user account s Properties dialog box, on the General tab, change the full
name and description of the user.
9. On the Member Of tab, click Add.
10. In the Select Groups dialog box, click Advanced.
11. Click Find Now.
12. In the list of groups, select Power Users and click OK. Click OK again to close the
Select Groups dialog box.
13. Click OK to close the user account s Properties dialog box.
Exercise 3: Create a Group Account and Add User Accounts
1. From the Start menu, select Control Panel. (It is assumed that Control Panel is in
Category View.)
2. In Control Panel, select Performance And Maintenance.
3. In the Performance And Maintenance window, select Administrative Tools.
4. In the Administrative Tools window, select Computer Management.
5. In the Computer Management console, expand the System Tools node and then
expand the Local Users And Groups node.
6. Under the Local Users And Groups node, right-click the Groups folder and select
New Group.
7. In the New Group dialog box, type a name for the group. Optionally, you can also
type a description.
8. Click Add.
9. In the Select Groups dialog box, click Advanced.
10. Click Find Now.
11. In the list of groups, select the user account you created in Exercise 1 and click
OK. Click OK again to close the Select Groups dialog box.
12. Click Create to create the new group. Click Close to close the New Group dialog
box.
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Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. What utilities can you use to create user accounts on a Windows XP Professional computer
2. What important limitations should you be aware of when supporting Windows XP Home Edition
3. List the default user accounts in Windows XP Professional.
Lesson Summary
User accounts allow users to log on to a computer or to a domain, and subse quently gain access to local and network resources. Group accounts simplify the assignment of security features by allowing you to assign access to groups and then include users in those groups. Domain Admins, Domain Guests, and Domain Users are predefined groups that exist on Windows domain controllers only. These domain-based groups are made members of local groups automatically when a computer joins a domain. Windows XP Home Edition does not support the use of groups, support the ability to join a domain, or include the Local Users And Groups tool. Fast User Switching is a feature introduced with Windows XP that allows multiple local user accounts to log on to a computer simultaneously. When Fast User Switching is enabled, users can switch sessions without logging off or closing programs.
Lesson 2
Troubleshooting User Logon
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Lesson 2: Troubleshooting User Logon
As a DST, you may be called for troubleshooting help when a user has problems log ging on to a computer or a domain. Although many logon problems are caused by underlying problems with network connectivity (which you learn more about in Chap ter 10, Supporting Network Connectivity ), there are a number of other logon-related problems you should understand how to resolve.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Troubleshoot common password problems. Troubleshoot domain-related logon problems. Troubleshoot profile-related logon problems.
Estimated lesson time: 20 minutes
Troubleshooting Password Problems
Password problems are the second-most common type of logon problem, following problems with network connectivity. If users see the error message, Unknown Username Or Bad Password, they probably are not logging on correctly. The common causes of this error message are the following:
The user is mistyping the user name or password or both. The user has the CAPS LOCK key engaged.
Have the user make sure that the correct information is being typed and that the CAPS LOCK key is not engaged. If this fails to resolve the issue and the user is trying to log on to a domain, have the user contact an administrator.
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