rename the default Admin account to something else and give it a really difficult password that would only make sense to you. My default password is something that contains 27 numbers/upper case letters/lower case letters/special characters and doesn't take an ounce of remembering (unless I'm in a comma).
create a new account "Administrator" and give them Guest group priveledges. What your logs and check to see if anyone is trying to gain access (which would be an obvious intrusion, since you renamed the admin account to something else).
disable the guest account
lock down the system drive (and the AD drive if needed)
Last edited by 01WhiteCobra; 08-14-2003 at 06:49 AM.
I dunno about increased security, but yeah putting the system on the c drive, and the applications and storage on the d drive just makes organization easier. Also easier to backup 5 - 8 gigs when you want to reinstall, than having to back up 40+ gigs. No need to format the storage drive when you're reinstalling.
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