Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
You might see if this may work for what you are wanting. It sets the log on screen to where the user must enter both their user name and password instead of selecting their user icon. Log On with User Name and Password
Hope this helps,
Well, I saw that one... However, this was sort of shot down by one of my colleagues as we don't care that the username shows in the login, or the last user logged in. However, we don't want to deal with 'Joe' 'Jane' 'Jill' 'Jake' showing up and people clicking on that button, then putting in their password. We just want it so it will be only showing 'Joe', but users jane, jill and jake aren't showing... And no, not making the special 'hide me' accounts, but basically, new users using it to log onto the domain, for instance, we want them not to show up as a new icon, just basically the logon screen.
Now if there is no way to do it, meh... But the old XP logon, I know you could hack it to purge that information, but the default domain logon screen would remember the last user logon username, and require someone to put in the password.