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pmacjr
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Windows 7 Sp1 Computer Only Logon Reg entry

We have a few hundred Windows 7 Sp1 PCs and we would like hide the Computer Only Logon option on the logon screen. I know that Windows Xp has the Workstation only entry in the registry but I can't seem to locate the registry entry docs for the Windows 7 Novell Clients. Anyone know if a doc even exists for the Novell Windows 7 Client?

Your help is very appreciated.

Thanks

Thanks, pmj
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Windows 7 Sp1 Computer Only Logon Reg entry

pmacjr wrote:

> We have a few hundred Windows 7 Sp1 PCs and we would like hide the
> Computer Only Logon option on the logon screen. I know that Windows Xp
> has the Workstation only entry in the registry but I can't seem to
> locate the registry entry docs for the Windows 7 Novell Clients.
> Anyone know if a doc even exists for the Novell Windows 7 Client?


Not sure which registry key it is, but if you pull up the properties of
the Novell Client and go to the Advanced Login tab, setting "Computer
Only Logon" to off should do it.

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Novell Knowledge Partner
Enhancement Requests: http://www.novell.com/rms

Joe Marton Emeritus Knowledge Partner
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pmacjr
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Re: Windows 7 Sp1 Computer Only Logon Reg entry

There must be a registry key I can add or locate to force the change via a batch file for the few hundred Windows 7 Pc's we have for our students.

Anyone?

Thanks, pmj
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Windows 7 Sp1 Computer Only Logon Reg entry

pmacjr wrote:

> There must be a registry key I can add or locate to force the change
> via a batch file for the few hundred Windows 7 Pc's we have for our
> students.


If you have ZENworks you can use AdminStudio to scan your PC for
registry changes while you make the client configuration changes.

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Novell Knowledge Partner
Enhancement Requests: http://www.novell.com/rms

Joe Marton Emeritus Knowledge Partner
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