With respect to IIS, the installation procedure automatically installs a generic Internet user for those coming to your system via the World Wide Web, FTP, or Gopher services. This user and its password must match what is set in the dialog boxes for the IIS installation. If the passwords, which are hidden by the asterisks, get out of sync, you can have security and access problems in which people cannot access your site as you want. Select the User Rights option under the Policies menu (refer to Figure 6.4) to adjust deeper sets of security clearances. It is important that the Internet user account have log on locally rights. Otherwise, you can experience inadvertent security problems when you do advanced database integration. The IIS installation program does not set this automatically.