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force domain users to enter username at login

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We run Win 7 and Win 10 in our domain. I'm looking to enforce a group policy that will always show a username and password field when the computer isn't logged on.

Currently, the computers retain the previous users user name with a "switch user" button.

How can I accomplish this?
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Enable Interactive logon: Do not display last user name.

This can be found in group policy under Computer Configuration\Policies\Security\Local Policies\Security Options
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