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Advanced settings for the new user account.
====== Advanced User Configuration
Advanced User Configuration
As you enter the password, it will be evaluated and the installer will determine the password's strength. If the installer considers your password weak, a message will appear at the bottom of the screen, explaining which aspect of your chosen password is considered insuficient. For example:
Create User
Creating a normal user account is not required to finish the installation; however, it is highly recommended. If you do not create one, you will have to log in to the system as `root` directly, which is *not* recommended.
If a message similar to the above appears, it is highly recommended to choose a different, stronger password.
If you give administrator privileges to an user, make sure that the account is protected by a strong password. Never give an user administrator privileges without requiring any password for the account.
Make sure that the `Require a password to use this account` check box is enabled, enter a password you want to use for this account into the `Password` field. The characters you write will be displayed as dots for security. Then, repeat the same password in the `Confirm password` field below to ensure you entered it properly. Both entered passwords must be the same.
See the [citetitle]_{PRODUCT} Security Guide_, available at the link:++http://docs.fedoraproject.org/++[], for detailed information about password security including guidelines for selecting strong passwords.
The `Advanced User Configuration` dialog allows you to change the following settings for the new user account.
The Create screen. Use the text input fields to create a user account and configure its settings.
The `Create User` screen can be used to create and configure one normal (non-`root`) user account during the installation. Only one user account can be configured here; if you require more accounts, wait until the installation completes, reboot your system and then create other accounts using either the [command]#useradd# command in a terminal, or a graphical utility for managing user accounts (for example, the `Users` screen in the Settings menu in [application]*GNOME*).
The `Make this user administrator` check box gives the user you are creatng administrative rights (by adding this user into the `wheel` group), allowing this user to use the [command]#sudo# command to perform tasks normally only available to `root` using only the user password, instead of the `root` password. This may be more convenient, but can also pose a security risk.
`The password you have provided is weak:` `The password is shorter than 5 characters.`
The the group ID (GID) of the user's default group. The default group name will be the same as the user name, and its default GID is 1000. GIDs 0-999 are reserved by the system so they can not be assigned to an user's group.
The user's group membership. The user account you are creating will always have one default group membership (the user's default group with an ID set in the `Specify a group ID manually` field). In the `Group Membership` field, you can specify additional groups as a comma-separated list. Groups which do not already exist will be created; you can specify custom GIDs for them in parentheses. If you do not specify a custom GID for a new group, it will be assigned automatically.
The user's `Home directory` (`/home/pass:attributes[{blank}]_username_pass:attributes[{blank}]` by default).