Default User Groups on Windows 10 Pro
What are default local user groups on Windows 10 Pro?
On a new Windows 10 Pro system, you should have the following default local user groups.
1. Go to "Control Panel\System and Security\Administrative Tools".
2. Click to run "Computer Management".
3. Click to open "System Tools > Local Users and Groups > Groups". You see a list of default local user groups:
Access Control Assistance Operators Administrators Backup Operators Certificate Service DCOM Access Cryptographic Operators Distributed COM Users Event Log Readers Guests Hyper-V Administrators IIS_IUSRS Network Configuration Operators Performance Log Users Performance Monitor Users Power Users Print Operators RDS Endpoint Servers RDS Management Servers RDS Remote Access Servers Remote Desktop Users Remote Management Users Replicator Storage Replica Administrators System Managed Accounts Group Users
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