> Hello everyone, happy a weekend!
> I encountered a question about Vista.
> I logined my Vista Home Pre with an "Administrator" account.
> In Control Panel -> Management Tools -> Computer Management, I can NOT find
> "Local users and groups".
No, because it cannot be accessed via the Control Panel. Simply
right-click on the "Computer" icon and select "Manage." Or click the
All Programs menu > Administrative Tools > Manage this Computer. These
steps will both open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC), through
which one can access "Local Users and Groups."
> In Control Panel -> Accounts, I can not find some
> special accounts which were created by some application. So I can not delete
> these void accounts here. In fact, I do find these accounts when I set up a
> file folder share.
> So, how to delete these garbage accounts?
> Any good ideas?
If the accounts were created by applications, they may well not be
"garbage accounts." Some applications, such as .Net and IIS require
their existence to function properly. What are the names of these
questionable accounts, and which applications created them?
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