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some question about user account hi guys.
i am administrator in my system
1-if someone logg in as standard account or gues account and the system infected by a virus.does the system is stiil infected by the virus on administrator account?
2-i read the tutorial below:...
User Accounts Question I am using a user account (different from administrator)
Is there a way to transfer all the settings (programs downloaded etc) over to the administrator user account and start operating from there. It seems to create fewer problems.
Thanks in advance
Windows 7 and more than one user question Ok i am the admin of the computer and i have 2 other users on this computer i would like to share certain folders with them and files like pics videos and other stuff to name a few. anyway i clicked on the share with button and added the users to the share list but when i log on to there profiles...
User account question Hello,
I have no idea where to put this question so I just put it here.
I recently changed my name I log in with on Windows 7, but my internal name (the path) is still showing the old one.
Could anyone tell me how to change that? Also would it cause my programs not to work anymore if I...
Another admin user question Ok im having major issues here and Ive read everything but nothing seems to answer my specific issue.
Im using Win 7 Pro and im a user on a local work network. I have admin privileges on my network security policy.
Im trying to adjust the URC controls and Win is telling me I have to log in as...
User's Desktop - question I'm coming from Windows XP where we simply had one account and thus a single desktop. Now that we're using Windows 7 we've gone to two user accounts and this brings me to my question. I thought each user would have their own unique desktop; however when I (I'm the administrator) add a program or...