Control Panel - Add Advanced User Accounts
How to Add "Advanced User Accounts" to the Control Panel in Windows
Published by Brink
20 Nov 2008
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alphauser$ is put by default by Microsoft...
and works with home networking
its called "homegroup"...
you know when network you (usually) need to have to exact same usernames + passwords...
that is replaced with homegroup and alphauser$ which simplifies networking...
you can try it with two Windows 7 machines
wont help if you have a Windows 7 machine and vista or Windows 7 and xp machine though...
just wanted to clarify...
the reason why shawn does not see it is because i think he didnt setup a homegroup network....
you can can clarify this for us shawn...
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