I don't know as it was ever policy, but many of us create a "stake" login in case someone locks out the clerk account. This will be more important for new Windows 10 computer, because in the new setup instructions the clerk password is no longer standardized.Mikerowaved wrote:There's no need to add or remove user accounts. The Clerk account has admin privilege already.
Some Windows installs use "Administrator" for internal purpose and that name cannot be set up as a user. In that situation, it's probably better to use "Admin" or "Stake" instead.