Windows Thread, Grey out/hide "Log on to:" domain selection (login screen) in Technical; I've read the EULA but cannot find anything to do with modifying a file. A search for the words "modify, ...
5th May 2010, 08:52 AM #16
- Rep Power
I've read the EULA but cannot find anything to do with modifying a file. A search for the words "modify, edit and change" do not bring up any relevant results.
16th August 2011, 12:35 PM #17
- Rep Power
Sorry to bump an old thread....but I went to an educational institution that had replaced the banner of the classic login screen. I don't think they would do this if it was against the law.
Also, their is a thread on M$ technet about this, since it is M$ it must be heavily moderated, and it hasn't been deleted. I assume Microsoft do not care.
16th August 2011, 12:40 PM #18
It depends what you mean by "banner". You can change the pic/background that's fine (Aligning logon pic etc by background), as it's not editting any code. Editting dll/gina's etc is breaking EULA So guess it depends which one you're referring to really.
Originally Posted by lolwut
16th August 2011, 01:11 PM #19
I know this thread is over a year old, but thought I would add my two cents for those stumbling on it. We are using pGina here for our logon needs. Can easily be tweaked (especially using Resource Hacker) to look like what our staff were used to when using CC3, and we're hopeful they'll not even see the difference when they come back in September.
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