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I have an NT server with 150 Win 95 clients.  When I logout as administrator (or whatever) on a Win 95 client my username is still there when the next guy logs on.  I know there's an option somewhere to disable this but I can't find it.
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The easiest way to remove this is using freeware application called TweakUI

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You can currently download TweakUI and all of the other PowerToys at Microsoft's Site under the Windows 95 section.
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try:-

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/default.asp

TweakUI also has several other useful paranoia settings.

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