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In windows xp, I can go to [control panel] [use accounts][change the way user login/off] and disable [fast user switching], but I cannot find this in Windows 7. I would like to change the log in screen to be have the following:
  User name: _________
  Password:  _________
I can change this easily in Windows XP as Above, but cannot find same in Windows 7 Professional, help help
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You can achieve this by using group policy...

In Run type gpedit.msc
Navigate to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Logon
Enable the Always use Classic Logon setting.

Hope this helps you.
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