In Vista, after you press Ctrl+Alt+Del, you can use the "Switch User"
or "Log Off" option to then see the log on screen for the other
available created user accounts. If you would like the built-in
Administrator account, then this tutorial below will help show you how
to enable it so that it will be available at the log on screen. http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/67...r-account.html
Hope this helps,
Originally Posted by 932322
Ok. I have a vista home premium on my daughters laptop. It has her
which we'll call "account A". Its an admin acct.
Then we have my account, "Account B", which is also an admin acct.
I went into the registry to hide my account from the logon screen, as I
done before in XP.
After I modified the registry, her account is the only one visible at
welcome screen, which is what I want.
The problem is, at the vista welcome screen, hitting ctrl-alt-del does
bring up the alternate logon box as it did in XP, so I cant login to my
How can I make this work, or is there another, better way to do this in
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