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    I have a Windows Server 2003 with Active Directory and over 30 Client PCs using XP Pro. All works well and the Client PCs need to press CTRL/ALT/DEL to logon using the Classic logon screen.

    I have now purchased a PC with Windows 7 Ultimate. I have added it to the Domain and all works well except that I cannot make the PC ask for CTRL/ALT/DEL. I have set the option in the User accounts, read and implemented the various gpedit and registry fixes but no success. (I am also trying to remove the Switch User option, also without success.) I appreciate that I can no longer have the Classic logon screen in W7 but no way can I implement the CAD option.

    I am stumped. Any suggestions gratefully received!

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    Re: Help using CTRL/ALT/DEL

    Do the results of RSoP on that machine show that the policies are being applied correctly?

    I have a very similar setup here, and nothing had to be done to get the CAD option to work with windows 7.

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    • #3
      Re: Help using CTRL/ALT/DEL

      I'm fairly sure W7 just treats it differently..
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      • #4
        Re: Help using CTRL/ALT/DEL

        Win 7 allows FUS on a domain but should, even ultimate, require CAD.

        Have you tried disjoining it, possibly deleting the PC account, then rejoining the domain?
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        • #5
          Re: Help using CTRL/ALT/DEL

          Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\User Accounts, then Manage User Accounts, then Advanced tab and under Secure logon check Require users to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete
          Last edited by tehcamel; 25th October 2011, 06:21. Reason: oh crap! sorry

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          • #6
            Re: Help using CTRL/ALT/DEL

            Originally posted by Toona View Post
            Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\User Accounts, then Manage User Accounts, then Advanced tab and under Secure logon check Require users to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete
            good call.. but if it's being managed centrally somewhere, then GPO is going to just overwrite this, if i recall correctly..
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            • #7
              Re: Help using CTRL/ALT/DEL

              We have numerous machines on the domain and each of them needs Ctrl+Alt+Del to get logged into the network.

              I'm with Tom on this one. Remove the computer from the domain, delete the computer account and re-add.

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