What is local user and group? Local Users and Groups is located in Computer Management, a collection of administrative tools that you can use to manage a single local or remote computer. You can use Local Users and Groups to secure and manage user accounts and groups stored locally on your computer.
How do I add a local user to a domain group? Select Start, Programs, Administrative Tools, and User Manager. (If you are on a domain controller, select User Manager for Domains.) Double-click the group to be modified or highlight it and select User, Properties. To add local users, domain users, and/or global groups to the group, click Add.
How do I open a group user as admin? Open Computer Management – a quick way to do it is to simultaneously press Win + X on your keyboard and select Computer Management from the menu. In Computer Management, select “Local Users and Groups” on the left panel. An alternative way to open Local Users and Groups is to run the lusrmgr. msc command.
What are the different types of user accounts? These accounts are system account, superuser account, regular user account, and guest user account.