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30 Sep 2010  
big gee

windows 7 ultimate

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DeaconFrost View Post
Welcome, and there's an easy way to check. Go into Computer Management Console, and look under Local Users & Groups. Keep in mind some apps add user accounts, so they can run services with special permissions, but they aren't actual enabled user accounts that you log in with, such as .Net Framework,, etc.
Did as you suggested and that put my mind at rest as it explains my multiple user query. Thanks for the reply
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