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Creating User Accounts
Editing User Accounts
Configuring User Profiles
Tip: For detailed information on using the User Accounts window, click the help icon and examples
links provided throughout the wizards. For example, you can use the Windows Help and Support
window to search for items such as user profiles and user groups. Obtain links to detailed steps on
creating and managing these items.
Creating User Accounts
Only administrators can create new user accounts locally or remotely through VNC. However, due to
local flash or disk space constraints, the number of additional users on the thin client device should be
kept minimum.
CAUTION: To permanently save the information, be sure to disable the Unified Write Filter (UWF).
1. Log in as an administrator.
2. On the Start menu, click All appsControl PanelUser Accounts.
3. On the User Accounts window, click Manage another account.
The Manage Accounts window is displayed.
4. Click Add new user in PC settings.
The PC settings wizard starts. Use this wizard to create a user account.
5. After creating the standard users and administrators, these users will appear in the Manage Accounts
window. See Step 3.
Editing User Accounts
Open the User Accounts window as described in Managing User Accounts.
To edit the default settings of a standard user or administrator account:
1. On the User Accounts window, click Manage another account.
The Manage Accounts window is displayed.
2. To change as required, select User.
The Change an Account window is displayed. Now make the desired changes using the links
provided.
Configuring User Profiles
Open the User Accounts window as described in Managing User Accounts.
CAUTION:
By default, all application settings are set to cache to C drive. It is highly recommended that you
cache to the RAM Disk Z drive as is preset in the account profiles to avoid overflowing the
Unified Write Filter cache.
It is recommended that other applications available to new and existing users be configured to
prevent writing to the local file system because of the limited size of the disk space. It is
recommended that care be exercised when changing configuration settings of the factory-
installed applications.
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