Secure Logon - Press CTRL + ALT + DELETE to log on

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       #10

    You're welcome Christofur, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)
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       #11

    Great stuff..

    Might I add that you're going to want to find a square image to save =)
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       #12

    You can also access this through Administrative tools/local security policy/Local Policies/Security options/Interactive Logon not required CTRL+ALT+DEL set to disabled.
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    Thank you MetalMania. METHOD THREE added to the tutorial for this. :)
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    Brink said:
    Thank you MetalMania. METHOD THREE added to the tutorial for this. :)
    Cool thanks.
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       #15

    nice tutorial i am going to do this just to add another layer or sercurity.
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       #16

    So wait, does this make you type in a username, just like on Windows XP?

    Because I want an invisible admin account on my laptop for security reasons.
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       #17

    Hello Michael,

    Sorry, but no. This only would require you to press the CTRL+ALT+DELETE keys before entering the normal log on screen instead.

    If you wanted to enter both user name and password like XP, then the tutorial below can show you how to.

    Log On with User Name and Password

    Hope this helps,
    Shawn
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       #18

    Shawn, good tutorial. I'm using it. Thanks. :)
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  10. Posts : 70,233
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    You're welcome Beau. I'm glad that you like it. Thank you. :)
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