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Showing current logged in user on "my computer" icon 2000/XP?

Posted on 2003-11-05
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hello

does anyone know the reg edit, or have the reg file that will show the current logged on user on the My computer icon in XP or 2k?
eg instead of "my computer" it would be "billybob on domain name or workstation name"

not urgent - just lost the reg file i once had and cant remember where i got it from!!

thanks
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thanks dude :-]
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