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    CTRL+ALT+DEL Login

    Probably a simple question.

    Im running a 2000 Domain with XP throughout the site.... and i wanted to force the users to press CRTL+ALT+DEL before the are faced with the windows login screen....

    Is there a simple setting in AD using GPO to set this, or does it have to be a setting on the local machine?

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    Re: CTRL+ALT+DEL Login

    Isn't that the default when you join the machines to the domain?

    You can turn it off in computer config > windows settings > security settings > local policies > security options

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    Re: CTRL+ALT+DEL Login

    It can be done in GPO Computer settings>windows settings>security>local policies> security options: disable, disable (MS speak for enable)

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