Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
Nope, you had it almost correct Jimbo. It's when you change themes is when the log on screen goes back to default. I added a warning under OPTION ONE for a workaround for this.
Hi there -- I was going to modify my post -- but you've done it for me.
I don't change the theme very often but if I do your option 1 is fine.
BTW removing completely Logon Vista Studio is a pain -- I opted for the "Easy way" - just restored an Image -- 15 Mins using Acronis Workstation True Image. (Some people have probs with this because they forget sometimes a hidden partition -- If you get a BSOD after restoring an image just insert your Windows 7 install disk and go to "Repair system" -- it will "Mend" the boot manager -- that's what is usually broken when you fail to restore that partition as well.
Even if you remove logon Vista studio any login pics you created are STILL there so the best thing is to "Clean" your system with a restore.
(Another good reason for taking plenty of backups before messing around - especially with this type of stuff).