Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
You can use Active directory. if you don't have Active directory, right click on the selected folder, choose porperties and then security.
in general term: go to control panel>>users accounts, select the user and select the permission rights you wan them to have. if the user is not listed,
goto control panel>> administrative tools>>computer management>>Local users and groups>> select users and add new user. name and password. (default is user-rights).
then you can go back to user acounts and change their rights.
Adminstrator=Full rights to all folder and file, software installation and uninstall.
Power user= 80% rights to software installation and uninstall, rights to view files not change.
STD user= right to their own folder and files only.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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