Re: Copying the Guests group



In article <1172655299.539013.295000
@h3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com>, in the
microsoft.public.win2000.security news group,
<andrewbb@xxxxxxxxx> says...

Is there a way to modify the members of the built-in groups? I could
add a new group to the Interactive and Authenticated Users groups.
But built-in groups are filtered in the UI. Is there a way to edit
them?


Interactive and Authenticated Users do not maintain a
membership list. Membership in those particular groups are
computer. If you're logged in locally, you're a member of
the Interactive group, if you're authenticated and not a
guest, you're a member of Authenticated Users.

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