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Windows 7 welcome screen disabling

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    Welcome Screen:

    The Windows 7 welcome screen can be disabled and changed back to the CTRL + ALT + DEL type login screen through the several following settings.

    Control Panel
     -> User Accounts
      -> Manage User Accounts
       -> UAC prompt
        -> Advanced

    Some versions of Windows (such as Home and Premium) do not provide this path, so depending on the version of your Windows, try the following two command line utilities.

    Start
     -> Run
      -> netplWiz.exe (program located in %systemroot%\system32\)
          or control userpasswords2
          Either of these programs should take you to the screen mentioned above.

    Check the Require users to press Ctlr+Alt+Delete check box in the Secure logon section of the User Accounts screen, click OK.

    After changing the setting, reboot your computer. The next time you start your Windows 7, you should see the welcome screen with the message asking you to press the combination of Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys.

    Sunday, July 25, 2010 10:42 PM

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  • What screen are you referring to, the log on screen or something else?

    Best regards.

    Sunday, July 25, 2010 9:20 PM
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    Welcome Screen:

    The Windows 7 welcome screen can be disabled and changed back to the CTRL + ALT + DEL type login screen through the several following settings.

    Control Panel
     -> User Accounts
      -> Manage User Accounts
       -> UAC prompt
        -> Advanced

    Some versions of Windows (such as Home and Premium) do not provide this path, so depending on the version of your Windows, try the following two command line utilities.

    Start
     -> Run
      -> netplWiz.exe (program located in %systemroot%\system32\)
          or control userpasswords2
          Either of these programs should take you to the screen mentioned above.

    Check the Require users to press Ctlr+Alt+Delete check box in the Secure logon section of the User Accounts screen, click OK.

    After changing the setting, reboot your computer. The next time you start your Windows 7, you should see the welcome screen with the message asking you to press the combination of Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys.

    Sunday, July 25, 2010 10:42 PM
  • The Windows 7 welcome screen can be disabled and changed back to the CTRL + ALT + DEL type login screen through the several following settings.
    Control Panel
     -> User Accounts
      -> Manage User Accounts
       -> UAC prompt
        -> Advanced
    Some versions of Windows (such as Home and Premium) do not provide this path, so depending on the version of your Windows, try the following two command line utilities.
    Start
     -> Run
      -> netplWiz.exe (program located in %systemroot%\system32\)
          or control userpasswords2
          Either of these programs should take you to the screen mentioned above.
    Check the Require users to press Ctlr+Alt+Delete check box in the Secure logon section of the User Accounts screen, click OK.
    After changing the setting, reboot your computer. The next time you start your Windows 7, you should see the welcome screen with the message asking you to press the combination of Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys.



    Monday, July 26, 2010 5:21 AM