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RobinWho

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Can someone tell me where I can find it (power user)or how to turn it on as I only have the standard Administrator and Limited? :whistling:
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I'm not sure I understand the question. Are you asking how to set up a power user?
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Hi Guse.....when you set up a user you either give admin rights or limited. Where is the power user that people talk about? So that I can give that user more privilages.
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don't quote me on this one as i've been in a domain environment for too long...but power users group...i think only get's enabled when there's a network present..(don't quote me on that please..)..i think if you enable file sharing you might see the grouop...it's also only available in xp pro..not home
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take a look:

http://www.microsoft...s.mspx?mfr=true
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I took a look and but I know all that stuff. As Guse said earlier, I need to find out how to set up a power user. I have found the security settings in the computer management consol for 'power user' but I don't know how to use it. :whistling:
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