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Anonymous
July 26, 2005 8:53:01 AM

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HI
i have a problem.
My windows XP doesn't require user to press Ctrl+Alt+Del before the
logon. When i turn on my machine, it straight away loads the personal
setting. this is a very insecure because anyone can come and access my
Notebook.
I looked up the help and it said go to control pane>user account>Advanced
tab , in the advance tab there will be a secure logon, all i need to do is
check at the checkbox “Require users to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete�.
But you know what? When i followed the instruction in help and support,
there is no any advanced tab in user account. unlike my friend's notebook
which there is an advanced tab in user account. I wish i could show you the
picture of my screen.

my Windows XP setting must be different from others. if anyone could
help me to get the checkbox “Require users to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete�, that
would be great.

thanks for the help
July 26, 2005 1:37:08 PM

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In news:FD0715EE-3941-4EE8-8340-034D0CF5F3EB@microsoft.com,
Sura <Sura@discussions.microsoft.com> had this to say:

My reply is at the bottom of your sent message:

> HI
> i have a problem.
> My windows XP doesn't require user to press Ctrl+Alt+Del before the
> logon. When i turn on my machine, it straight away loads the personal
> setting. this is a very insecure because anyone can come and access
> my Notebook.
> I looked up the help and it said go to control pane>user
> account>Advanced tab , in the advance tab there will be a secure
> logon, all i need to do is check at the checkbox "Require users to
> press Ctrl+Alt+Delete". But you know what? When i followed the
> instruction in help and support, there is no any advanced tab in user
> account. unlike my friend's notebook which there is an advanced tab
> in user account. I wish i could show you the picture of my screen.
>
> my Windows XP setting must be different from others. if anyone
> could help me to get the checkbox "Require users to press
> Ctrl+Alt+Delete", that would be great.
>
> thanks for the help

Start > run > control userpasswords2

(First tab has the option to require username and password but you want the
second tab over for the ctrl + alt + del.)

Galen
--

"But there are always some lunatics about. It would be a dull world
without them."

Sherlock Holmes
July 27, 2005 3:58:01 AM

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sura, first thing you need to do is attempt to find your system restore
folder. Restore to a point past 1 month ago if possible. when restored make
sure all internet action is off and try to have the newest version of norton
ready to install. Go to symantec and read all you can find about the new
trojan, get every update you can find for it. enable it, then open every
section it has.*(the internet security, firewalls, mail, all of them) when
all sections are green and reading system refreshed, then you will be able to
know for a fact that the folder you are looking at is actually the folder it
says it is. that way you wont try to download a picture file into your modem
drivers, which is going on at the moment in one of my hardware profiles. And
everyone, I am in no way implying that symantec has the only firewall capable
of stopping this, it just happens to be one of the three enabled firewalls on
my system and the ONLY one that even tries to stopit. Both the others
welcome it home and try to serve it coktails

7/27/2005 6:43:02 AM,Supervisor,"This one time, the user has chosen to
""block"" communications.","This one time, the user has chosen to ""block""
communications. Outbound UDP packet. Local address,service is
(0.0.0.0,1064). Remote address,service is (205.171.3.65,domain(53)).
Process name is ""C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost

ps this happened as I was writing this: the other two firewalls are off
playin gi rummy

"Galen" wrote:

> In news:FD0715EE-3941-4EE8-8340-034D0CF5F3EB@microsoft.com,
> Sura <Sura@discussions.microsoft.com> had this to say:
>
> My reply is at the bottom of your sent message:
>
> > HI
> > i have a problem.
> > My windows XP doesn't require user to press Ctrl+Alt+Del before the
> > logon. When i turn on my machine, it straight away loads the personal
> > setting. this is a very insecure because anyone can come and access
> > my Notebook.
> > I looked up the help and it said go to control pane>user
> > account>Advanced tab , in the advance tab there will be a secure
> > logon, all i need to do is check at the checkbox "Require users to
> > press Ctrl+Alt+Delete". But you know what? When i followed the
> > instruction in help and support, there is no any advanced tab in user
> > account. unlike my friend's notebook which there is an advanced tab
> > in user account. I wish i could show you the picture of my screen.
> >
> > my Windows XP setting must be different from others. if anyone
> > could help me to get the checkbox "Require users to press
> > Ctrl+Alt+Delete", that would be great.
> >
> > thanks for the help
>
> Start > run > control userpasswords2
>
> (First tab has the option to require username and password but you want the
> second tab over for the ctrl + alt + del.)
>
> Galen
> --
>
> "But there are always some lunatics about. It would be a dull world
> without them."
>
> Sherlock Holmes
>
>
>
!