Get Rid Of Account Picture.

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    Matt Kuhar

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    hi everyone im usually good with anything technical but i cant figure this out. my school runs vista and it shows only the password box and user name NO PICTURE. does anyone know how to do this as i cant figure this seemingly simple thing figured out



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    hrlyndon

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    hi,



    i think i know what your talking about, and will apologize now if im wrong lol.



    goto control panel (contol panel home) /user accounts and family safety



    you should then see under user accounts



    - change your account picture, add or remove user accounts and change your windows password.



    just click change your account picture.



    hopefully thats what you are looking for.



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    Mallina91

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    Windows Button > Search for User Account and go to Account Picture.

    Also, some schools don't let you change any settings.
     
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    Matt Kuhar

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    Hello everyone, actually im trying to achieve taking away the picture and the frame of it from my home computer. like it is on the school computer.

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    To only display the user name and password prompt at login, do the following:
    1) Open Control Panel and select System and Maintenance
    2) Select Administrative Tools and double-click Local Security Policy (secpol.msc)
    3) Expand Local Policies to Security Options
    4) Enable Interactive logon: Do not display last user name
    5) Restart the machine & you all set....

    Notice that this is done through security policies. If that feature is not present in your Vista version, you will not be able to do this.
     
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