Re: How to display all user accounts on desktop?
thanks JoeT. and Sorry for causing confussion. What I is trying to acchive
is to have all my users accounts displayed on a Vista's logon screen. But
most of time, it displays previous user account, and one "Other User".
In some of testing machines, they display all user accounts (eight of them)
on the log on screen. I just need to find a way to make it happens on my
other testing machines.
> OK you're top posting so I'll do tit also to keep the format you're using
> intact. The logon screen is not the same as the desktop. You are confusing
> two different thing so it's a bit difficult to determine what you're wanting
> to do. It sounds like you want the screen saver to return to the logon
> screen on resume? If that's the case you simply check the "return to logon
> screen on resume" checkbox in the screen saver setup options.
> Or if you're talking about seeing the screen saver when the machine is
> already at the logon screen all you have to do is wiggle the mouse or touch
> a key on the keyboard and your normal user logon screen should pop right up
> as usual. If you don't want the screensaver on the logon screen ever I think
> you may have to simply disable the screensaver. I don't think there's a
> separate setup option for the two conditions. Anyone?
> "VistaUser123" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Thanks Patrick.
> > In my first Vista machine, the all user accounts appeared automatically on
> > the log on screen. Instead of displaying screen savers, they display all
> > user
> > account names with pictures. I still see some of my testing machines do
> > that.
> > I just don't know how to make the other machines do that too.
> > "Patrick ****ey" wrote:
> >> "VistaUser123" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >> news:4EEA2555-EF77-481A-A72B-8A26156D1F2A@microsoft.com...
> >> > Hi,
> >> > How can I display all user accounts on Vista Desktop?
> >> > So that I can log on any user by double click on it.
> >> >
> >> > Thanks
> >> Someone else may have a better answer than I do for this, but IMHO it's
> >> impossible. If you want to switch users, you need to click on the right
> >> arrow next to the Shut Down option in the Start Menu, and select Log Off
> >> (or
> >> Switch Users, if that's available). Then you should have the option of
> >> logging off, or switching users.
> >> The idea of having a link on the desktop that allows you to switch users
> >> at
> >> will, totally defeats the concepts of security, and also defeats the
> >> purposes of having User Accounts anyhow.
> >> As I mentioned, someone may have a way of doing it, or a better answer
> >> for
> >> you.
> >> Have a nice day :-)
> >> Patrick.
> >> --
> >> Smile... Someone out there cares deeply for you.