- Understanding Security Groups
- User Account Control: Smarter User Privileges
- Creating and Managing User Accounts
- Working with the User Accounts Dialog Box
- Working with the Local Users and Groups Snap-In
- Setting Account Policies
- Working with Users and Groups from the Command Line
- Creating and Enforcing Bulletproof Passwords
- Sharing Files with Other Users
- Using Parental Controls to Restrict Computer Usage
- Sharing Your Computer Securely
- From Here
Here are a few other places in the both to turn to for information related to user accounts and other aspects of this chapter:
- For some logon tips and techniques, see the section in Chapter 2 titled "Useful Windows Vista Logon Strategies."
- To learn more about running a program under the Administrator account, see the section in Chapter 5 titled "Running a Program with the Administrator Account."
- For the details on group policies, see the section in Chapter 10 titled "Implementing Group Policies with Windows Vista."
- To learn how to work with the Registry, see Chapter 11, "Getting to Know the Windows Vista Registry."
- For information on sharing Windows Mail within a single user account, see the section in Chapter 19 titled "Working with Identities."
- You need to set up user accounts for the people with whom you want to share resources in a peer-to-peer network. For the details, see the section in Chapter 23 titled "Sharing Resources with the Network."