For the 99% of you that have been using Windows OS systems most of your lives the standard login for several versions have been to use Control+ALT+DELETE key combination to login. This quick walk through will show you how to enable CTRL+ALT+DELETE for Windows Vista.
- First go to the start menu and type in netplwiz
- This will bring up the User Accounts window, click the Advanced tab and at the bottom place a check in the box Require Users to Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE and click OK
- Now when you power up you will have a CTRL+ALT+DELETE prompt
After hitting CTRL+ALT+DELETE you will go to the normal screen that lists your user accounts. If you want to have the traditional logon box asking for userid/password you can run this from a elevated command prompt:
reg add HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem /v
LogonType /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f
Now you will have to hit CTRL+ALT+DELETE and then enter your username/password to logon to your Vista box from now on.Tags: Ctrl+ALT+DEL