Managing Users in a Graphical Environment RHEL 7

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The Users utility allows you to view, modify, add, and delete local users in the graphical user interface.

3.2.1. Using the Users Settings Tool

Press the Super key to enter the Activities Overview, type Users and then press Enter. The Users settings tool appears. The Super key appears in a variety of guises, depending on the keyboard and other hardware, but often as either the Windows or Command key, and typically to the left of the Spacebar. Alternatively, you can open the Users utility from the Settings menu after clicking your user name in the top right corner of the screen.
To make changes to the user accounts, first select the Unlock button and authenticate yourself as indicated by the dialog box that appears. Note that unless you have superuser privileges, the application will prompt you to authenticate as root. To add and remove users, select the + and

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