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Forcing Windows 95/98 clients to logon.

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I'm running a Windows NT 4 domain with 95/98 clients.  I'm looking for a way of forcing users to logon to the network.  In effect, disabling the 'cancel' feature.  By use of the registry if possible.  
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bjorndahlen earned 500 total points
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Run regedit from run.
find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Network\Logon
add new dword name MustBeValidated
and set it to 1.

Cheers, Bjorn
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by:fatboyslim
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Thank you very much.  It has solved nearly all my problems !
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