Where does pass screen live?

I would like to know where the password screen (that pops up for multi-users) is located in windows 98. I am attempting to write a security program and i will need to disable this screen and then enable it later. Don't even know that it can be done, just want to try. I am using vb enterprise edition 5.0

If someone should have some code to this effect (disable/enable) this password screen i would appreciate it. Any suggestions pertaining to this will be appreciated also.

I have multi-users on the machine now and have a password program started but if someone else logs on then this circumvents my password program.

buglert
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stew1Commented:
How did you set up your password program?
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buglertAuthor Commented:
stew1, I set up the password program to run first in "runservices" but this password logon logoff screen is there running next to my password screen.
Hope this helps !
buglert
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BelatucadrosCommented:
There's a way to do it in the registry....and if I remember I'll tell you, was a logn time ago, in a magazine...
It might be this though, but I do NOT recommend taking this out of your registry, as it might not be the one, just warning you....
there's a load profile thing in there or something (Can't remember) getting rid of it, if it's even the right one, would probably fix it...
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buglertAuthor Commented:
Hey, you were right, i found it and it is now gone.
Thanks
buglert
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BelatucadrosCommented:
Anytime, Anytime :)
Happy Coding
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