Setting Users Rights Assignment Policy

How do I set a Local Policy Setting for a standalone laptop for settings that refer to networks?   Do I just leave the Security Setting (i.e., Access this computer from the network, Deny logon through Terminal Services, Impersonate a client after authentication, etc.) blank?  Why are some settings blank by default?  Lastly, would a standalone laptop ever need a Security Setting of Guests or Support_388945a0?  There are only two types of Users defined for this system:  Administrator or User.
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myoutbackAuthor Commented:
One more thing I forgot to add to my original message is that this laptop will never be connected to the Internet.
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metabletaCommented:
If Guest account is locked you can forget about all those settings. Just in case you can deny local access for Guest account.
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