Actually no, in Windows XP pro they have different level accounts.
The above ones are the most common and used (besides some other network security ones.) Anywho, They are ranked in order of what you can do with them.
Here is a little more description.Administrator:
Members of the Administrators group have the largest amount of default permissions and the ability to change their own permissions.back-up Operators:
mem bers of the Backup Operators group can back up and restore files on the computer, regardless of any permissions that protect those files. They can also log on to and shut down the computer, but they cannot change security settings.Power Users:
Members of the Power Users group can create user accounts, but can modify and delete only those accounts they create. They can create local groups and remove users from local groups they have created. They can also remove users from the Power Users, Users, and Guests groups.
They cannot modify the Administrators or Backup Operators groups, nor can they take ownership of files, back up or restore directories, load or unload device drivers, or manage the security and auditing logs.Users:
Members of the Users group can perform most common tasks, such as running applications, using local and network printers, and shutting down and locking the workstation. Users can create local groups, but can modify only the local groups that they created. Users cannot share directories or create local printers.Guests:
The Guests group allows occasional or one-time users to log on to a workstation's built-in Guest account and be granted limited abilities. Members of the Guests group can also shut down the system on a workstation.Replicator:
The Replicator group supports directory replication functions. The only member of the Replicator group should be a domain user account used to log on the Replicator services of the domain controller. Do not add the user accounts of actual users to this group.
Information provided from: Microsoft Windows XP Professional Help
Edited by yanowhiz, 27 April 2005 - 08:32 AM.