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XP logon prompt picture

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When you logon or logoff, your menu greets you with a picture of the xp logo. (strange sentence?) How can you change that picture?

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go to your user accounts in windows and "change the way users logon this computer"
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In the "change the way user accounts log onto this computer" section there should be something about "this computer will be on a network" or something, that way when a computer is on a LAN it will require valid username and password and domain for those wishing to access the network

as far as I know, this is default in XP Pro, im assuming so considering I never had to change to it on my office computers... not sure though.
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You logging in as a domain can really mess with your settings.

You can always to run > "control userpasswords2"

In one of the options, it should say "Users require to press CTRL+ALT+DEL" Or something to that affect. Click it, and you will now have the Windows 2000 login prompt.

I don't believe you get the XP logo picture, but I think it is the basic way for the login theme. If you want, just change the Login theme (many different software is available).
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