Agreed!This would be a good tutorial for the wiki.
The place to bring up any design issues, or post your own creations
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The "Multiuser/Logon System" is not turned off, the "AutoAdminLogon" is turned on by default. You can run regedit.exe, open the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon" key and change the value "AutoAdminLogon" from "1" to "0"(Zero). Close regedit. Next, you can create a new user account using the "User Accounts" control panel application and set a password for the new user. Reboot, press "Ctrl+Alt+Del" and log-on using the new account name and password. Voila! You are no loger an admin but an ordinary user.oldman wrote:What I have read about the "Multiuser/Logon System", is, that it is turned off by default in the trunk builds, but will be on in the releases. So you should have to create and use passwords in the up-coming 0.4 release.
Please note that "Logoff" does not work properly yet. You must "Reboot" instead. I will fix the missing parts when I return to the logon stuff. Right now, I just have to do something entirely different.
Exactly. We need a least usable DHCP and DNS server services and a usable RPC over TCP/IP transport to implement logon with a domain controller. It will take while until we are ready for this step.Pi_User5 wrote:This would probably not let me log onto a domain still. Right?
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