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Microsoft looks to create more 'standard' users
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/29/2005 12:51:00 PM.

For security's sake, Microsoft Corp. wants more desktop business users to be '"standard."

The next generation of the company's Windows operating system, code-named Longhorn, will allow users to perform more tasks under the standard setting in an effort to reduce the amount of users running software under the administrative setting, according to Brad Goldberg, general manager of Microsoft's Windows Client Business Group.

Doing so will reduce "the surface area of vulnerabilities" by limiting users' access to certain capabilities, Goldberg said in an interview today. The problem under current settings is that administrators who want to give users a few more capabilities only have the option of opening the door to full privileges.

Source: computerworld


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