Hey Husse, it has taken me months to figure this out and the OP might need this knowledge too.
The 'Users' part of 'Users and Groups' shows next to nothing by default - not even your own user account
If you want it to be the slightest bit useful you have to run gconf-editor and go to 'apps/gnome-system-tools/users' and place a tick in the 'showall' box.
Why on earth is it this obscure??
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