Re: Setting up a Vista Home Premium PC for College?
yes, I know what you meant.
Are you using Thunderbird in a Mac ?
"Justin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> t-4-2 wrote:
>> Yes. You should always have a password protect admin account, in case
>> your cousin messes up the computer. You can then use the admin account to
>> straighten things up.
>> P.S. " Enabled " is not the right term unless you meant the Built-in
>> Administrator account.
>> "Justin" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> OK folks, I have been given a laptop for a cousin - he is taking it to
>>> college. How should I set up everything to it is reasonable secure?
>>> I have AVG on it, I am keeping UAC enabled.
>>> What about the accounts? Should I enable the Admin account and give it
>>> a password while his account is set up as a standard user?
> I was thinking of having the simple boot up, the one where you have the
> pictures. Have the Administrator account there with a Red Cross as its
> picture - password protected obviously.
> Then have his picture - there under it also password protected with
> something fairly simple.
> Would that make sense?