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    Local Policy Settings

    I just need to know where theres are in the Local Policy Settings

    Turn off last user
    Turn off switching User

    We just got a few new computers and it seems to be writing OEM stuff in. I just changed the home page setting.

    Hope someone can understand me..

    Thanks

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    Open Local Computer Policy
    > Computer Cofiguration > Administrative Templates > System > Logon
    Hide Entry Points for Fast User Switching = Enabled

    Think thats it.

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    Thank you. Thought it was hiding somewhere.

    Might need 1 more in a min.

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    Whats the policy to hide last user logged on?

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    Local Compuer Policy > Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Local Polices > Security Options > Interactive Logono Not Display Last User Name = Enabled

    I normally do this on the Standard Domain Machine Policy though, think centralising control is better if machine is on domain where possible. One less thing to remember when building images.

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