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User Permission Settings (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)

4/23/2012

You can set different types of permissions to provide levels of functionality to users according to their needs. For example, you could create one level of permission that provides users read-only access to files and folders, and create another that provides users the ability to create, modify, and delete files and folders.

File System Comparison

Describes when to use the NT File System (NTFS) and File Allocation System (FAT) file system types when setting up user permissions.

User Logon Process

Describes the Windows Logon (Winlogon) or the Minimal Logon (Minlogon) component, which are used to authenticate the user logon process.

User and Administrator Account Setup

Describes the components you use to manage user account names, groups, and passwords when you use NTFS.

Permissions for Files and Folders

Describes how to set permission for files and folders to determine access levels when you use NTFS.

Group Policy Settings

Describes how to use Group Policy to specify policies for your default user settings and to define and control how various items behave for users and computers.

User Interface Core Component Customization

Describes how to configure the User Interface Core component to customize the interface of Windows Explorer on the target device.

Administrator and User Accounts

Describes the Administrator and User Account components, which are used to manage user account names, groups, and passwords.

Adding a User Account

Describes how to add a User Account component for each user, and how to set the user name, group, and password.

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