Re: Procedure to copy all settings from admin account to user account?
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 21:37:34 -0700
> As a good security practice, I would like to configure machines to run
> normally at a lower privilege user account, and only use the
> administrator account for maintenance and administration. However, I
> have machines that have been already configured with a single
> administrator account, and all applications and settings are already
> configured in that administrator account to the preference of the user.
> Is there any procedure or technique to copy all system settings from
> the administrator account to a newly created user account? The
> objective is for the user to not have to re-install anything, and to
> not have any system settings changed. Only the user privilege level
> would be lower to reduce the risk of attack.
How to Copy User Data to a New User Profile
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