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Chapter 32. Managing Users > Multiple Users on One Machine

Multiple Users on One Machine

Windows 2000 was designed to be a personalized product, providing security both locally and in a networked environment. One of the ways that Windows 2000 achieves this goal is through user accounts. This chapter explores the ins and outs of creating, managing, and using different user accounts on your Windows 2000 Professional computer.

In many instances, a single computer is used by more than one user, which creates some unique challenges in the computing environment. Suppose, for example, that you share your work computer with a colleague; let's call her Abby. You probably have something on your computer that you don't want Abby to have access to, but how can you deny access to her when she must use the same computer?


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