I apologize in advance if this isn't the correct site to ask these type of questions.
I sometimes share my laptop with my small cousin. That being the case I created a guest user in Windows 10 for his use, where many actions require an administrator password. However I noticed that the guest user can still access my secondary drive D: and delete files in that drive without any permission. Is there a way for me to restrict that user's file access to only those in its domain? For example only in that user's default "My Documents" or "Downloads" folder.
To create the guest user, I followed a guide from HowToGeek, and typed the following commands in command prompt from administrator:
C:\WINDOWS\system32> net user Visitor /add /active:yes
C:\WINDOWS\system32> net user Visitor *
C:\WINDOWS\system32> net localgroup users Visitor /delete
C:\WINDOWS\system32> net localgroup guests Visitor /add