With all due respect, I diagreee with your statement. The following came from XP Help & Support:
The guest account is intended for use by someone who has no user account on the computer. There is no password for the guest account, so the user can log on quickly to check e-mail or browse the Internet. A user logged on to the guest account:
- Cannot install software or hardware, but can access applications that have already been installed on the computer.
- Cannot change the guest account type.
- Can change the guest account picture.
In other words, the guest account is inviting trouble. One example is you can access anything from the computer if you type c:\ in IE address bar.