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sascha6002 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
4 Feb 04 16:48
anyone know a way to increase the amount of time the windows logon screen is being displayed to a user? we´ve configured our thin-clients to power-on -> login -> power-off after logoff. users complain because if they aren´t quick enought the device goes off and they have to boot again. there must be a reg key to control this
Skilachi (IS/IT--Management)
4 Feb 04 20:43
Under your Management Console,  click server farm property and go to SpeedScreen browser acceleration. Hope it answers youe question....
sascha6002 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
5 Feb 04 2:46
hi there
i wasn't looking for speedscreen. i'm looking the windows logon screen (username / password / domain). the window is beeing displayed for about a minute. if you don't enter your credentials during this time you'll have to press ctrl-alt-del to access that window again.
DDILL (MIS)
6 Feb 04 9:47
A possible solution would be to place a dialogue box on the screen for the user to click OK to login.  You can do this by adding data to the Registry value, HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\WinLogon\LegalNoticeCaption and LegalNoticeText.
sascha6002 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
6 Feb 04 10:09
thanks - will try ;)
sascha6002 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
6 Feb 04 10:27
nope - didn't work. the logon screen still time out ...
DDILL (MIS)
6 Feb 04 11:21
The logon screen will still time out but does a dialogue box come up first that must be answered?  It is the window before the logon screen I am thinking wont timeout.  
   I have not actually tried this on a session so I do not know if it will display the box or not.  
DDILL (MIS)
6 Feb 04 11:45
Sorry sascha6002.  I tried it and I see the dialogue box times out as well.  I tried it on my PC and it seemed to work.  The problem might be that the session is not logged in to Citrix until they authenticate.  I will let you know if I think of anything else.

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