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i have one user that live the company and someone else come to replace him i want that all the desktop and the premission go to new user can i just rename the name of the old user to new user and give new password?
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Yes, you can rename old user. Or you can disable old user and copy this to new user.

HTH

Toni
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i think rename his better?
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If first user is never coming back, rename should do.
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