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Disalbing Control Alt Delete @ Start Up

By jlochamy ·
In Windows 2000, how do I disable the Control Alt Delete step in startup?
I have downloaded MSCONFIG for Windows 2000, and I do not find any place that I can disable this.
Any help that you might give me would be greatly appreciated.

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Disalbing Control Alt Delete @ Start Up

by MCSE Rabbi In reply to Disalbing Control Alt Del ...

Click Start > Run
Type "gpedit.msc" and hit Enter (or click 'Ok')

When the Group Policy editor comes up, open the tree under:

Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > Security Options

Scroll down until you find "Disable CTRL+ALT+DEL requirement to logon"

Double click on it and select "Enabled". Click "Ok".

Restart your system....

Let me know if you run into any problems.

*Note, this will only affect the local system, and does not affect any other systems on your network. To affect ALL Win2k workstations, you need to edit the Group Policy for your domain or OU.

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by jlochamy In reply to Disalbing Control Alt Del ...

This is just what I was looking for. It really helped. Thanks

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Disalbing Control Alt Delete @ Start Up

by nick3100 In reply to Disalbing Control Alt Del ...

There is no real way to do away w/ that step. The only thing that I could think of, is if you would write your own program that would overlap the step each time your machine boots up. That is the only way that I know of.

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