Since all old names and new names are always tied to the same user account, you will still have the same permissions
settings of your files in the new name
from the old name
of the user account.
Since all old names and new names are always tied to the same user account, you will see the original name
of the user account along with the new name
listed in permissions
. This is how the account will always retain it's permissions no matter how many times you rename it using the method in this tutorial.
The only true way to remove the old name of the user account is to create
a new account of the same type
(standard or administrator) as the old one, then delete
the old user account while logged in the new one. Be sure to backup anything that you do not want to lose from the old account first though. For example, shortcuts, Start Menu shortcuts
, files inside the user folders, etc....