Disable win2008 key combination login method


Windows2008 is the operating system of the Microsoft server family. It must be used to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to log in to the computer when the computer starts up. This brings a lot of trouble to many users, so you can not disable it. What? It's actually very simple, let's take a look at the steps below.

1. Click on the desktop taskbar <Start-->Run” Enter gpedit.msc in the pop-up window.

2, the left frame expand Group Policy Editor in descending order (in front of the point & ldquo; + & rdquo; number) - & gt; Computer Configuration - & gt; provided the Windows - & gt; Security Settings--> Local Policies, then there are <;Security Options" under the Local Policies, click “Security Options" In the box on the right, “ Interactive Login: Do not press CTRL+ALT +DEL”.

3, right-click on the & ldquo; Interactive logon: Do not press CTRL + ALT + DEL & rdquo ;, the pop-up menu midpoint & ldquo; Properties & rdquo ;, & ldquo click the Properties tab; Enabled ” The circle before it to select it.

confirm & ldquo; enabled & rdquo; in front of the circle after a small black dot, click on the & ldquo; OK & rdquo ;, then close the window. In this way, when you start the computer later, you don't have to press the “CTRL+ALT+DEL” key combination to log in. If you want to try to set your own success, try rebooting again and make sure that the annoying combination key login no longer appears.

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