This pilot fish has a batch of Windows 7 laptops to configure -- and it's been decided that the sales people getting them should be required to use Ctrl-Alt-Del to log onto their laptops.
"After much searching, I discover where to make the change in the local security policy," says fish. "The policy I need to change is labeled, 'Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL' and it's set to Not defined.
"When I look at the properties, there are two choices: Enable or Disable.
"I want to enable Ctrl+Alt+Del.
"I pause, then smile. You need to disable a disable to enable.
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