To set user names and passwords, start with the dialog box for domain users (see Figure 6.4). This is where you set up new users and assign their passwords. It also is where you change user names and passwords. Double-click the user name to bring up the user's individual dialog box. Figure 6.5 shows the generic user Guest account. It is currently disabled. This is where my clients disable my account when the project that I am working on is done. This is better than deleting the account, for I might have to revisit the site later. The password, once typed, is always hidden. Therefore, if the user looses it and you, who typed in the password in the first place, do not remember it, a new password must be entered.