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I'm working on a computer that used to be part of a domain, and required the ctrl-alt-del login sequence. I want to change it back to the default login screen used by windows 7, which shows the user accounts available. I've gotten rid of the domain login, and the ctrl-alt-del sequence, but it still requires the user to type in the username and password. Anyone know how to reset this?
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Like reset as in you don't know the username and password and need to bypass it?
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Unset the user's password?
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So you want to go from this to this?


Your first link didn't work for me, but your second link is what I'm trying to achieve.
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coincidentally, I just read this the other day.
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I think (for the sake of explanation) He's saying he wants to have his computer not show this when trying to log in.
ctrl-alt-del-logon.jpg
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Though I cannot speak for Osmonde, he did state in his original post that he did get rid of the ctrl+alt+del message required for login. I believe he is trying to get past the necessity of typing in a username and password. I would recommend using Bond's suggestions.
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I got rid of the ctrl-alt-del message, but I still can't rid of the screen requiring the USERNAME and password. I don't need to bypass anything, just switch the login screen, to the one mentioned earlier, that shows the available accounts.
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I've done some digging, and besides doing what you've already done, I have no clue how to get it the rest of the way. Um, Can you get a hold of a Windows 7 install disk?
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Or this perhaps?
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/61650-log-user-name-password.html

The post above me looks like it only removes ctrl+alt+del (aka secure logon), which was already resolved.
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It's fixed now, although I'm not sure how. Somebody else working on it (was a computer in electronics class) found the solution. Some hidden windows setting accessed with the run dialog. I'm not sure what it was, but it's fixed now.
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