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  1. Thanks for your reply. That works perfectly until you next log in. Unfortunately it seems like it is re-written each time a user logs in. I guess if it was possible to delete that key at logoff/shutdown/reboot that would achieve the desired effect.
  2. Is there any way to configure Windows 8 to show a list of known users at bootup, like Windows 7 used to? I have disabled the lock screen, but I either need to select the back button to select a user other than the last logged in one or I believe you can configure a policy so Windows doesn't remember the last logged in user but this then requires you to enter both a username and password. I'd prefer the Windows 7 option where you see the list of users and click the one you want before entering the password. (Sorry if its answered elsewhere. I did try a search first but may not have used the right keywords.)