User management on Fedora 15 is just as easy as on any other distribution or operating system. And the graphical user management tools (there are two) are very intuitive to use. There are two types of user accounts on Fedora 15 – Standard and Administrator. The Administrator has root or super user privileges. During installation, the user created may be added to the Administrators group. A user in this group can execute all commands using sudo.

And there is a Guest user account, not enabled by default, that can be made available by installing one small package. This article shows how to manage these user accounts on Fedora 15.

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