Friday, May 29, 2009

How to Lock Out Unwanted Guests in Windows Vista

If you share your computer with others (and even if you don't), Windows Vista includes a neat way to keep unwanted guests from guessing your system administrator password. When you set up users and declare one user as administrator (with full privileges), Windows Vista allows outsiders unlimited guesses at the password you chose. Here's how to limit the guesses.

This post provide Windows Vista Support to Lockout Unwanted Guests in Windows Vista for your computer security.

F0llow the Steps

  • Click Start, type Local Security Policy.
  • Click Account Lockout Policy.
  • Choose Account Lockout Threshold.
  • At the prompt, enter the number of invalid log-ins you'll accept (say, 3).
  • Click OK and close.

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