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Limited Users - Wildcard

Limited User A Windows XP user account, known as Users in Windows NT/2000, which has read-write access only on their own folders, read-only access to most system folders, and no access to other users’ data.
loadstate A command in the User State Migration Tool that is used to copy information to a new computer.
local user account An account that is created on a local computer and allows a user access to only that one computer.
lost allocation units File fragments that, according to the file allocation table, contain data that does not belong to any file. The command CHKDSK/F can free these fragments. Also called lost clusters.
lost clusters another term for lost allocation units.
mandatory user profile A roaming user profile that applies to all users in a user group, and individual users cannot change that profile.
Power User Windows 2000/XP accounts that can read from and write to parts of the system other than their own local drive, install applications, and perform limited administrative tasks.
Remote Assistance A Windows XP feature that allows a support technician at a remote location to have full access to the Windows XP desktop.
Remote Desktop A program that allows a user to connect to and use their Windows XP computer from anywhere on the Internet.
roaming user profile A user profile for a roaming user. Roaming user profiles are stored on a server so that the user can access the profile from anywhere on the network.
scanstate A command in the User State Migration Tool used to copy the information from an old computer to a server or removable media.
user account The information, stored in the SAM database, that defines a Windows NT/ 2000/XP user, including username, password, memberships, and right.
User State Migration Tool (USMT) A Windows XP utility that helps you migrate user files and preferences from one computer to another in order to help a user make a smooth transition from one computer to another.
wildcard A*or ? character used in a command line that represents a character or group of characters in a filename or extension.
Created by: Zach Blaisdell