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Name the three primary built-in user accounts in Windows XP Pro
Administrators
Guest
HelpAssistant
True or false:

The Administrator user account cannot be disabled
True
True or false:

The Administrator user account cannot be locked out
True
True or false:

The Administrator user account cannot be renamed
False

The Administrator user account can be renamed.
True or false:

The Administrator user account can be deleted
False -

You cannot delete the Administrator user account
Is the Guest user account enabled or disabled by default?
The Guest user account is Disabled by default
Under which circumstance should "User Cannot Change Password" be set on the Guest user account?
If multiple users will log on with the Guest user account.
True or False:

The Guest user account is rarely used and should be kept securely disabled.
True
True or false:

The Guest account can be deleted by Administrators only.
False - The Guest account cannot be deleted by anyone.
When is the HelpAssistant user account used?
When the Remote Desktop assistance functions are used.
True or False:

The HelpAssistant user account is disabled by default?
True
Complete the sentence:

The HelpAssitant user account is automatically enabled when...
...a Remote Assistance invitation is created.
True or False:

The HelpAssitant user account cannot be renamed.
False.

You CAN rename the HelpAssistant user account.
Name the default local group accounts on a Windows XP Professional system.
Administrators
Backup Operators
Power Users
Users
Guests
Network Configuration Operators
Remote Desktop Users
Describe the specific privileges assigned to the following built-in Local group:

Administrators
Users in this group have all built-in system privileges assigned and can:

Create and modify user and group accounts.

Manage security policies.

Create printers.

Manage permisions to resources on the system.

The local Administrator account is the default member and cannot be removed.

Other accounts can be added and removed.

When a system joins a domain, the Domain Admins group is added to this group, but it can be removed.
Describe the specific privileges assigned to the following built-in Local group:

Backup Operators
User is this group can:

Backup and restore files and folders regardless of their security permissions.

Log on and shut down a system.

Not change security settings.
Describe the specific privileges assigned to the following built-in Local group:

Power Users
User is this group can:

Share resources.

Create user and group accounts.

Not modify user accounts they did not create.

Not modify the Administrators or Backup Operators groups.

Not take ownership of files.

Not back up or restore directories.

Not load or unload device drivers.

Not manage the security and auditing logs.

Run all Windows XP compatible applications, ass well as legacy application.