Disabling The Guest Account In Windows XP
Removing the guest account is recommended by security experts
The Guest account is created. As in previous versions of Windows, Guest
has had little effect on the real world and served as another form of
an attacker to access the system, especially because the Guest account is also
no default password.
In Windows XP, there is another story.The guest account can still be an easy target
attackers, but Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional
They are not connected to a network domain, the guest account is an integral part of
to share resources with other computers on the network. In fact, Windows XP
At home, you can not (at least not without jumping through a condition
ring of fire over their heads while singing, Bill Gates ... You get the idea) that
remove the Guest account.
Clicking on Control Panel and go into user accounts to disable the guest
Windows XP Home account, all you have really done is to disable the guest account to the local logon.The not appear on the welcome screen and not
be able to walk and connect to the computer using the Guest account, but
the true power of books and a password will continue to work behind the scenes. In short,
Windows XP Home uses the Guest account for your files and network resources
sharing.Your best option to ensure the guest account in Windows XP Home
is to assign a password, strong password that is difficult to guess or crack
Create a password for the Guest account is not an easy task in Windows
XP Home. When you open the User Account Control Console
Windows XP Home and select the Guest account, create a password is not one of
To create a password for the Guest account, you must open a command
window (click Start | All Programs | Accessories | Command Prompt).
Enter the following: net user guest <password> .
Shelving brackets and simply write the password you want
end of the command line and press Enter. Strangely, now that you've created a password
the guest account, the ability to edit or delete the password
now appear in the console user accounts.