User access rights in Windows Control Panel can be managed using the Local Security Policy tool. This tool, found in the Administrative Tools section of the Control Panel, allows you to configure security settings for users and groups on the local computer. You should review the settings for each user or group that is accessing the computer, as some settings may not be appropriate for certain users.
1. Open the Local Security Policy. You can find this tool in the Administrative Tools section of the Control Panel.
2. In the left pane, select the “Local Policies” folder and then click the “User Rights Assignment” folder.
3. In the right pane, you will see a list of different user rights and their current settings. Scroll through the list and review each right to ensure it is configured appropriately.
4. To change the settings for a specific user or group, click the “Edit Security” link located beneath the list of user rights.
5. Select the user or group for which you want to change the settings, and then use the check boxes to assign or remove the specified rights.
6. Click “OK” when you are finished, and then close the Local Security Policy window.
By carefully managing user access rights in the Windows Control Panel, you can ensure that only those who have been authorized to access the computer are able to access it. With the right security policies in place, you can protect your system and its data from unauthorized access.