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User Accounts on a workgroup computer has a clean, simple interface.
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User Accounts offers a convenient Create A New Account link on its home page and it lets you create a new account with a minimum of fuss. You need to supply only a name for the account and decide whether you want the account to be a computer administrator account or a limited account. Note The name you provide when you create a new account with Windows is used for both the user name and the full name. The user name is the primary name used internally by Windows. You use it when you log on without the benefit of the Welcome screen and when you specify the account name in various commands and dialog boxes for setting permissions. The full name is the name that appears on the Welcome screen, at the top of the Start menu, and in User Accounts. You can change either name at any time after the account is created. If you want to specify any other information about the account including setting a password you must make changes after you create the account, as described in the following section. Alternatively, you can use the Local Users And Groups snap-in or the Net User /Add command, both of which allow you to create an account and make several other settings simultaneously. For more information, see Advanced Account Setup Options, page 230. Tip Don t use spaces in the user name User Accounts allows you to include spaces in the user name when you create an account. Don t do it. Spaces in user names cause complications with some applications and when you use command-line tools for managing user accounts. If you want a space to appear on the Welcome screen and on the Start menu (for example, if you want to display your full name, including first and last name), create your account name without a space. (For example, use just your first name or, if that s the same as another account name, use your first name and last initial without a space.) After you create the account, you can change the full name without changing the user name, as described in the following section.
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Making routine changes is easy with User Accounts. Don t bother clicking the Change An Account link, which leads to a window that shows all the accounts that you can change. Instead, at the bottom of the User Accounts home page, simply click the name of the account you want to change. You ll see a window similar to the one shown in Figure 7-4.
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User Accounts provides easy access to commonly changed account information.
Note If you open Control Panel, User Accounts while logged on as a limited user, you bypass the first User Accounts window the one shown in Figure 7-3 which shows all the user accounts and lets an administrator perform certain other tasks. Instead, you go directly to a pared-down version of the account-change window shown in Figure 7-4. In that window, you can create, change, or remove your password; change your picture; or link your account to a .NET Passport. A limited user cannot change the name or account type, nor can a limited user modify other accounts. In this window, you can make the following account changes to your own account or other accounts on your computer:
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Although User Accounts doesn t explain the distinction, when you change the name here you re changing the full name (the one that appears on the Welcome screen, on the Start menu, and in User Accounts), not the user name. Changing the name here after creating a short user name without spaces allows you to create a friendly name that appears on-screen. You can create a password and store a hint that will provide a reminder for a forgotten password. If the account is already password protected, User Accounts allows you to change the password or remove the password. For more information about passwords, see Setting Logon Passwords, page 238. If you don t want a user to be identified as a rubber ducky (or whatever icon Windows selects for the account), you can change the picture associated with the account name at the top of the Start menu and in User Accounts. (The picture doesn t
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