On 12/30/2009 08:30 PM, Suvayu Ali wrote: > On Wednesday 30 December 2009 05:58 PM, Bill Davidsen wrote: >> Having someone change the Linux root password would be better how? I >> guess I don't know enough about Win7 to know why this is funny. >> > > I think he means the root password would prevent a user from doing > anything drastic. Changing the password of a regular user could easily > solved by root. Whereas in Windows most of the time a regular user logs > in with admin privileges. > You would think that display machines would be set up with a guest account. Limiting logins to the guest account drastically reduces the damage you can do. (Does Win7 offer the guest login?) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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