|Jennifer, thanks for the reply, yes as I stated I know I can go into the registry and clear it that way, I've actually created a .reg file that clears it automatically but you have to click on the yes button a couple of times before it clears the entry. |
And yes I did Google clear last username and saw all the hits. They all describe how to use the policy editor, security settings or hack the registry to remove the entry which I again explained in my post that I don't want to do that.
I take 20 to 30 trouble calls a day and just wanted a simple way to clear my name from the logon screen. When clients aren't at their desk I can't tell them to put their name back in when logging back on their system. Most forget to do that and keep entering their password with my username in there and and we have a policy that locks that account with 3 bad tries. It gets very frustrating to call the security team and have them reset our accounts all day long.
Jefro, rebooting does not clear the username.