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Logon Screen XP

By adminmichael ·
How can i change the windows xp logon screen to have the windows classic look for the logon?

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hihere are some articles on that

by markp24 In reply to Logon Screen XP
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Log On

by adminmichael In reply to Logon Screen XP

Ok i no how to set that up but instead of XP Style i want windows classic look on the log on screen any idea!

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can you get the logon.scr files fromt he system you like the look of?

by markp24 In reply to Logon Screen XP

can you get the logon.scr files fromt he system you like the look of, ie windows nt, , windows 2000, etc?

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by adminmichael In reply to can you get the logon.scr ...

Yah windows classic is what i want the logon screen to look like on windows xp, so if i can... get the windows 2000 logon.scr i should be able to replace the current file on windows xp right???

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yes thats correct

by markp24 In reply to Logon Screen XP

yes that should work fine,

ill try to search the internet for one too

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by adminmichael In reply to interesting utility

ok thanks ill give it a try ive used stardock before but i can also try the others as well i enjoy using different programs... Thanks for the help ill let you know if i have any luck!

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Not sure exactly what...

by SmartAceW0LF In reply to Logon Screen XP

you mean by classic logon screen. Are you speaking of the one that requires user to type in username "AND" password? I interject here because while many of the apps listed above are nice, I am not so sure you would care to implement them in a corporate environment. Logonstudio for instance actually modifies the ntkernl. At any rate, there are several stock options in Control Panel of XP. See, "Change the way users logon to Windows"

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logon screen

by naresh.sonu In reply to Logon Screen XP

you can use third party software just like tuneup

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