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Hi,

With our Tectia guardian in the "active connections" at the column "Remote Users", some users we see the user name and for some others we do not.

What is the issue here?

Thanks!

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asked Aug 30 '11 at 10:07

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By default, Windows Server 2003 displays the user name of the last user who logged on successfully (as stored in the value of DefaultUserName) in the Log On to Windows dialog box. If the value of this entry is 1, then the User name box in the Log On to Windows dialog box is blank.

With a Value: 0

The name of the last user who logged on successfully appears in the Log On to Windows dialog box. This setting is designed to make logging on faster and easier.

With a Value: 1

The User name field in the Log On to Windows dialog box is blank. This setting is designed to enhance the security of the system by not displaying a valid user name.

A Group Policy setting in Windows Server 2003 can override the value of this entry. When the Do not display last user name in logon screen Group Policy setting (Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesSecurity Options) is configured, this entry is ignored.

The value should be 0.

Thanks, James

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