Enable or disable user name/password Logon
Users are allowed to use user name/password logon authentication.
Some environments may want to restrict this capability and not allow user name/password authentication.
This can be controlled by the registry key bEnableLogonPassword. The key is:
The default value is 0x01. (Allow user name/password logon). The value 0x00 disallows user name/password logon.
The following is the procedure to change the registry key for enabling or disabling user name/password logon.
1. Click the Start button at the bottom left corner of your screen
2. Click RUN
3. Type REGEDIT
4. Click OK
5. Select Registry Key:
6. Select the menu item Edit and then click on Modify
7. Enter the new value for the bEnableLogonPassword and click OK
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The new value will take effect when the GSW SSHD service is restarted
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