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    Remove CTRL ALT DELETE to login

    Hi All

    Having a blonde day, can someone tell me where in GPO settings I can disable this? so when the kids switch on the machine it takes them to the box where they can just type in the username and passwords.

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    Its a security risk but you do it here

    Computer Config > Policies > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > Security Options > Interactive Logon: Do Not require CTRL ALT DELETE

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    Thanks,

    Yeah thats what I have told the staff, but its a primary school, and the kids cant push the 3 keys at the same time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IKWeb View Post
    Thanks,

    Yeah thats what I have told the staff, but its a primary school, and the kids cant push the 3 keys at the same time...
    Really seem to manage it at this end of the country

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    haha must be a southern thing :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by IKWeb View Post
    haha must be a southern thing :-)
    We are 'way' south and they manage it here.

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    haha yeah just a little further lol

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    Never heard of someone want to do this in a primary before! Even our foundation class manages it!

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    Disabled it here, don't really see the point of it

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    Had to implement this for pupils at one of my schools (south coast). I think it has more to do with the abilities of the staff than the pupils...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeMarchand View Post
    Had to implement this for pupils at one of my schools (south coast). I think it has more to do with the abilities of the staff than the pupils...
    haha yeah I 2nd that :-)

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