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    not tried it yet so not sure if its the same as xp with regards to this work around but if you do the key combination below twice in a row does that change the welcome screen to a different login screen ?

    Ctrl + Alt + Delete

    Not sure if this is vista thing but if you scroll down half way

    http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...elete-log.html

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    Nope, hasn't worked since Vista.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryTechnician View Post
    Nope, hasn't worked since Vista.
    Ammended above with link for windows 7 afaik ( correct me if im wrong )

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    In XP, to create the default profile,

    I used to logon as a specific user, setup everything the way I wanted and then log off that user, log on as Admin, and copy the profile to Documents and Settings/Default User

    Is this still the case with Win 7?

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    No, apparently you can't, you have to use Sysprep... LAME
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_Parker View Post
    In XP, to create the default profile,

    I used to logon as a specific user, setup everything the way I wanted and then log off that user, log on as Admin, and copy the profile to Documents and Settings/Default User

    Is this still the case with Win 7?

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    No, apparently you can't, you have to use Sysprep... LAME
    OMG, talk about 1 step forward, 2 steps back...
    You can't copy profiles as all it seems, without using Sysprep and Imaging... what a mission!

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