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  • Does anyone know how to modify the message that appears at the login/lock screen about pressing Control-Alt-Delete to unlock the device when Secure Sign in is enabled?

    On a Dell XPS 13 device running Windows 10 Enterprise the login/lock screen message says "Press and hold the Power Button and the Volume Down button to unlock (or press Control-Alt-Delete)"

    The issue is that the Power/Volume button combo doesn't actually work and users need to press Control-Alt-Delete to unlock. On a different device also running Windows 10 Enterprise the message simply says "Press Control-Alt-Delete to unlock" so the message seems to be specific to the XPS device. Is there a Registry or Group Policy setting anywhere to adjust what message is displayed?

    Windows 10 seems to think the XPS device is a phone or some other type of device that can unlock differently.

    Thanks

    15 เมษายน 2559 10:55

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  • Hi ChrisRommel,

    Please take a look at the policy below:

    Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL

    location: Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options

    In addition, there is also other available policies available to manage Ctrl + Alt + Delete options.

     User Configuration > Administrative Templates> System > Ctrl + Alt + Delete options.

    What's more, the information that shows Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to unlock is hard coded. For the message showed by the Dell XPS 13, currently I have no idea.

    Please check the system edition installed on Dell XPS 13, if that is not Mobile edition, then it should not display that message, you might then need t ocontact Dell support.

    Or, consider deploy a lockscreen backgroud with the information that you would like to display.

    Regards


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