Martin Ling wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 30, 2000 at 08:30:43PM -0400, Michael S. Lorrey wrote:
> > Windows is not incapable of priviledge levels or access restrictions. It
> > is merely installed by the typical user without any. That is a matter of
> > laziness rather than lack of capability.
> No, Matt referred to Windows 95, which has *no* system of file
> permissions whatsoever. Using a Win95/98 system is comparable to having
> a Unix system in which everybody logs in as root.
As I said, no. That is just the typical consumer installation. However
anyone experienced with administering win95/98 machines on a network
that utilizes groups and user logins knows that this is not so.
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