As mentioned previously in this chapter, NT was built with networking in mind. To ease administration of a network, rights (permissions) are typically broken down by some classification system, which allows unique users to be dropped into the classification system. At this point the unique user automagically inherits the rights of that classification. In NT, this classification system is known as groups.
After setting up all this information on a PC (especially servers), it would be a great waste of time to not back it all up. NT provides a way to do that. To capture the setup, run RDISK.exe
There is another form of classification that occurs known as profiles, which is visited next.
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