computer, administrator rights allow you to ensure that security and
other computer settings remain the same and that confidential data is
computer, you can, as administrator, limit the information your
children have access to and the programs they can install.
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Setting Access Permissions on Folders or Files
1 Log in to your computer as administrator.
2 Locate the folder or file for which you want to set permissions and right-
click on it.
3 Click Properties→ Security.
4 In the Security tab, add a group/user or change or remove permissions
from an existing group.
As an administrator, you can restrict a user's access to your computer by
changing that user's group to a restricted user group.
A user who is part of the restricted user group can operate the computer and
save documents, but cannot install programs or change system settings.
each user can be assigned her own account with user permissions.
Security and Privacy
If more than one person in your office uses the same
If several family members, including children, share a home
To learn more about administrator rights, see
If more than one person in your office shares a computer,
→ Help and