Local Account Manager 126.96.36.1992
Local Account Manager - Local Account Manager is a tool you can use to manage local user and group accounts. With Local Account Manager you can easily add, modify, delete users and groups (manage security accounts), change account properties, assign user rights and privileges on Windows XP Home like within Windows XP Professional administrative tools (Local Users and Groups, User Rights Assignment).
Local Account Manager can be used not only for creating, deleting or renaming users. You can add a user to a group, define privileges for groups or users, permit or deny to perform a security task for any account or temporary disable a user. It allow you to restrict access to confidential and unwanted information, and also prevents inexperienced users from damaging the system (making system-wide changes, backing up system files and folders, shutting down a computer, etc). Also you can change a password for any user even if you forget the password and can't recover it. You can define that user must change the password on next logon or deny changing a password by a user in the future.
List of Changes:
Version 188.8.131.522 from 2010-06-15Show all changes
Version 184.108.40.206 from 2006-09-06
Added User Rights Assignment Interface
Latest User Reviews:
Colin Yallop 2011-03-01 07:07:12 #
version for Win 7 starter/home would be nice
Pilietis 2009-09-16 03:21:40 #
Great little piece of software!
Vonk Renso 2009-07-23 12:00:18 #
Works fine and solved my problem to delete accounts (was not possible in XP, only XP Prof)
Smeekyteeky 2008-05-14 05:56:09 #
I used to the Local Account Manager to manage my granddaughter's PC account and it did everything I asked of it. Thanks
Omage 2007-11-05 18:59:58 #
Rescued locked Windows XP Home edition system
Was a good basic interface that enabled me to create a new user ID at admin level to rescue an WinXP Home edition system. The system had disk errors that compromised the existing installation and the USER control panel would not even load. I was able to reset the security and user ids to enable some clean up. Unfortunately it did not see the SYSTEM account and other hidden accounts that also needed to be reset. It was instrumental in getting me in to the system, and I will be keeping a copy in my support arsenal.