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    Windows 7 fast user switching disable??

    Is there a simple way of disabling the fast user switching in Win7 so I can go back to a normal XP logon style screen i.e. CTRL/ALT/DEL, choose domain and enter user name and password.

    Does anyone know if there is a different front end logon screen option available for Win7 to allow children to select their group, then their name from a drop down box a bit like Winsuite.

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    Administrative Templates>System/Logon>Use Classic Logon = Enable

    Is that what you are looking for? You can't select your domain, but I know were you can set the default domain. You just enter DOMAIN\USER to logon locally or on another domain

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