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    Hi,

    some of my users on Win XP wish that they don't have to press Ctrl-alt-del as
    the windows start. They want that their screen looks like as if they already pressed
    Ctrl-alt-del, and they just have to type username and password.
    I have no idea where this could be defined, and I would be very grateful on any suggestion on how to solve this.

    Thanx everyone

  • #2
    Re: Ctrl-alt-del question

    In controlpanel - useraccount - advanced, untick the option.

    I don't have a english version of XP so it could be called different

    Robert

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    • #3
      Re: Ctrl-alt-del question

      Originally posted by sensitive
      Hi,

      some of my users on Win XP wish that they don't have to press Ctrl-alt-del as
      the windows start. They want that their screen looks like as if they already pressed
      Ctrl-alt-del, and they just have to type username and password.
      I have no idea where this could be defined, and I would be very grateful on any suggestion on how to solve this.

      Thanx everyone
      I don't think you can in a domian enviornment.

      I'll check though and see.

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      • #4
        Re: Ctrl-alt-del question

        Thank you very much for such quick reply.
        My users are in a domain, but it still works. So, no problem with domain enviroment.

        Thanx!

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        • #5
          Re: Ctrl-alt-del question

          I've just checked it and if you uncheck the box in the Secure Logon it will not ask for Ctrl-Alt-Del on system startup.
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          • #6
            Re: Ctrl-alt-del question

            Originally posted by sensitive
            Thank you very much for such quick reply.
            My users are in a domain, but it still works. So, no problem with domain enviroment.

            Thanx!

            However, be aware of you're security enviroment...
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            • #7
              Re: Ctrl-alt-del question

              There is a way to do this through security policy (can't remember the exactly which policy)
              But if it's there you should be able to apply it through GPO.

              Through control panel > Administrative Tools> Local Security Policy

              You should find a setting in there. Its been a long time since I did one.
              Last edited by AndyUK; 4th October 2006, 14:12.
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