There have been questions like this, where people ask to do the impossible of letting a non-Administrator user make an Administrator account.
But my question is a bit different: Is it possible for a non-administrator user to create another non-administrator user?
In my ideal setup, I would want one Administrator account, one non-admin "Manager" account that can create other non-admin accounts, and then various other non-admin accounts that do not have the permission to create new accounts. (I have done searching on Google, but can't seem to come up with the right combination of words to search for, because the only results I get are people trying to make themselves administrator, or create admin accounts.)
Is this possible? Thank you.
Edit 1: There is a domain user on the machine, but I didn't think that this would affect a local user's ability to create another local user. phi's answer is still useful, because a full solution would require both a solution for the "Manager" account being an AD account, and a solution for Manager being a local account. I will try to find where those AD options are, and hopefully be able to say if it helps.