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Implement, configure, manage, and troubleshoot account policy.

These policies apply to user accounts. This security area contains attributes for:

  • Password policy: for domain or local user accounts, determines settings for passwords such as enforcement, and lifetimes.
  • Account lockout policy: for domain or local user accounts, determines when and for whom an account will be locked out of the system.
  • Kerberos policy: for domain user accounts, determines Kerberos-related settings, such as ticket lifetimes and enforcement.

 

Create and manage local users and groups.

A local user or group is an account that can be granted permissions and rights from your computer, where as Domain or global users and groups are managed by the network administrator. You can add local users, global users, and global groups to local groups, but you cannot add local users and groups to global groups.

By adding local users and groups you can limit thier ability to perform certain actions by assigning them rights and permissions. A right authorizes a user to perform certain actions on a computer, such as backing up files and folders. A permission is a rule associated with an object usually a file, folder and it regulates which users can have access to the object.

Local Users and Groups is not available on domain controllers. Use Active Directory Users and Computers to manage global users and groups.

To create a new user account

  • Open Computer Management.
  • In the console tree, in Local Users and Groups, click Users.
  • Click Action, and then click New User.
  • Type the appropriate information in the dialog box.
  • Select or clear the check boxes for:
    • User must change password at next logon
    • User cannot change password
    • Password never expires
    • Account is disabled
  • To finish, click Create, and then click Close.

A user name cannot be identical to any other user or group name, It can contain up to 20 uppercase or lowercase characters except for the following: " / \ [ ] : ; | = , + * ? < >

You can type a password containing up to 127 characters. However, if you're using Windows 2000 on a network that also has computers using Windows 95 or Windows 98, consider using passwords not longer than 14 characters. Windows 95 and Windows 98 support passwords of up to 14 characters.

 

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