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Used to identify the user and the groups of which that user is a member.
access token
Special account that has full control over the computer.
administrator account
Members of this group have permissions to backup and restore the file system, even if the file system is NTFS and they have not been assigned permissions to access the file system.
Backup Operators Group
The group that created or took ownership of the object (rather than an individual user).
Creator group
These are users stored in the Active Directory's central database.
domain user accounts
Allows users to access the computer even if they do not have a unique username and password.
guest account
This group is provided so that you can allow people who are not regular users to access specific network resources.
guests group
This account is used in conjunction with the Remote Desktop Help Assistant feature.
Help Assistant
Users normally store their personal files and information in a private folder called a ______________.
home folder
The user is logging on at the computer where the user account is stored on the computer's local database.
interactive logon
A group that is stored on the local computer's accounts database.
local group
Same as interactive logon.
local logon
The users stored at the local computer are known as ___________.
local user accounts
With this utility you can create, disable, delete, and rename user accounts as well as change user passwords.
Local Users and Groups
Files that run every time a user logs onto the network. They are usually batch files, but they can be any type of executable file.
logon scripts
A profile that can't be modified by the user.
mandatory profile
Members of this group have some administrative rights to manage the computer's network configuration, for example editing the computer's TCP/IP settings.
Network Configuration Operators Group
This group has fewer rights than the Administrators group, but more rights than the Users group.
Power Users Group
Allows members of the group to logon remotely for the purpose of using the Remote Desktop service.
Remote Desktop Users Group
This group is intended to support directory replication, which is a feature used by domain servers.
Replicator group
A profile that is stored on a network server and allows users to access their user profile, regardless of the client computer to which they're logged on.
Roaming profile
When you create a new user a _______ is automatically created on the computer for the user account. The user name is a property of this.
Security Identifier (SID)
Microsoft uses this account for the Help and Support Service. This account is disabled by default.
support_xxxxxx
Contains information about the Windows XP environment for a specific user.
user profiles
Intended for end users who should have very limited system access.
Users Group