How to add an image to the network login

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    arlab, Feb 1, 2008
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    If you note what the How-to-Geek said, the result is similar to Ubuntu but not identical. Unlike with Ubuntu, where you can pick an image file to display, with Vista, you have to select the image using the User Accounts panel. What you've done with applying the registry tweak is disabled Vista's use of the login picture. So, there's no way to restore the image without undoing the registry tweaks.
     
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    ...I don't think taht's it, because I still can change the image of an individual user. Tha problem's that the square in the image isn't the "avatar"of a certain user. It is the default square where I will type the login details of the user I want to login as.
     
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