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'Default' v 'Default User'

'Default' v 'Default User'

In trying to create a default profile for our domain I notice in Windows 7 there's a 'C:\Users\default' folder and a 'C:\Users\Default User' folder.

What's the difference? Which one should I be using for testing the default user locally (prior to copying up to the Netlogon share)?

And, when I try to apply Full Control permissions to Everyone as Administrator, why am I getting 'Access Denied' on some of the profile sub-folders?!

Variables won't. Constants aren't
There is no apostrophe in the plural of PC (or PST, or CPU, or HDD, or FDD, or photo, or breakfast...and so on)

RE: 'Default' v 'Default User'

How to customize default user profiles in Windows 7 and in Windows Server 2008 R2

Customizing the Default User Profile in Windows 7 (Part 5) (links to part 1 - 4 also)

This looks at some Permission type problems.

Need to get full admin right, enable the hidden right
thread1726-1658507: Need to get full admin right, enable the hidden right

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