Windows 2008 Terminal Server displaying "Other User" on login


We have a Terminal Server that we're deploying for users to login to and use a specific application.  This is a Windows 2008 R2 box that is replacing a Windows 2003 server.  On the Windows 2003 TS the users are presented with the computer disclaimer and then a username and password login prompt after clicking OK.

On the Windows 2008 R2 TS after accepting the disclaimer they are then presented with two buttons - one to login as themselves and another that is titled Other User.  I would like to remove the second button and simply display the username and password login similar to Windows 2003.

I have tried the following GPO settings without much luck

Computer >  Policies > Admin > System > Logon
  - Hide entry points for Fast user Switching
  - Alwanys use classic logon (Looks to only work with computers not on the domain)

Computer >  Policies > Windows > Security Settings > Local Policies > Security options
  - Interactive logon: Do not display last username (Enabled)
  - Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL (Disabled)

Sort of running out of ideas and would be great if someone might be able to suggest something.  I haven't found anything under the RDP section in GPO's that even remotely sounds right either - thought I would mention that as on the server console it comes up as required.

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Are you talking about what is shown below?

biggles70Author Commented:
The attached file shows the screen that I am referring too. I don't have an issue with it, but the application guys are keen on the Other user being shown.  

From what I can gather to get rid of it would mean that the user would need to login to the workstation with the same user that they want to login to the TS or go the long way around to change.
Kent DyerIT Security Analyst SeniorCommented:
Maybe you need to be sure you the policies are updated..
GPUPDATE /? from command prompt..

I think the one you want is - GPUPDATE /FORCE
AFAIK there's no way to hide the "Other User" option.
W2003 and W2008R2 behave differently under many aspects... this one is one of them.

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biggles70Author Commented:
I had run gpudate /force rebooted and checked the result etc and still no luck. I have looked everywhere as well and can't find anything in reklation to removing the other user option.
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