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I built two 2008 R2 servers.  

One server you have to press ctl-alt-del and then it asks for domain/user name and password. Which is what I expect.

The other server you have to press ctl-alt-del and then it shows an icon for "Other" user.  After you click it, then it asks for domain/user name and password. This is unacceptable in our corporate environment.

How do I change it so that it so that it doesn't show "Other" and make it go directly go to asking for credentials (like all of my other servers)?

Thank you.
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Had to rebuild the server.
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