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    Uranium Lounger CWBillow's Avatar
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    Single User Setup

    My daughter and her husband just got a new machine with Win 2000...

    I, being and old-time Win98 user, am not up to any kind of speed with Win2000...

    It seems the basic default setup sets it like a network, with each user having separate start menus etc... and then having to log-on etc...

    How can this be set to just have a single set of menus and others settings, and then "getting rid" of the log-on process?

    It seems that 2000 is much more the enterprise network choice, rather than for individuals...
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    Re: Single User Setup

    Check this previous thread: Post 169509

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    Re: Single User Setup

    Leif:

    A combo of exactly what I was looking for: the short version for ease, and the lon-hand version for experience...

    Thanks awfully...

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    Chuck Billow
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