Configuring Accounts

Once a user is authenticated and is allowed access files on a system, how can limitations be placed on the tasks a user can perform? A user is granted permissions so that a user may be able to read a file while another can read and edit the same file. Watch this video to understand how user and group settings in a Windows system are used to allow or disallow an authorized user access to files. What is the difference between a user and an administrator account? What is the difference between a power user, a standard user, and a guest account? Name some permissions a user may be given.

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