The amazing David Lewis recently discovered something very close to unbelievable. A user profile on a PC — not a user, not a PC — had full administrative rights to a folder on a server on the domain, where the user was explicitly denied such rights. Deletion and replacement of the user profile, eliminated the problem.
The Davidic User Profile Lesson
article #997, updated 160 days ago
Check yourself to see if your accounts are compromised
article #796, updated 721 days ago
A well-recommended site:
New form of PC security software
article #458, updated 1699 days ago
Worth a strong look.
Advanced user/password/group window in Windows 7
article #235, updated 2283 days ago
It was “control userpasswords2” in XP. Under Windows 7, put this in the start-button search box:
The box you want, will come right up. This also handles auto-login if the machine is not attached to a domain.