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    Screen Capture Logon Dialog

    Does anyone know a way to capture the Windows 2000 Professional logon dialog box? We're looking to make some documentation and didn't want to get out the digital camera.

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    Re: Screen Capture Logon Dialog

    Done successfully <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.wopr.com/cgi-bin/w3t/showflat.pl?Cat=&Board=off&Number=34940&page=&view =&sb=&vc=1>here</A>.

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    Re: Screen Capture Logon Dialog

    I noticed no one has mentioned Snag-It. Do a search for it and download a trial version. We use it for all our documentation and it works great.

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    Re: Screen Capture Logon Dialog

    But can you use it before you've logged on...?

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    Re: Screen Capture Logon Dialog

    I know all about all the screen capture programs out there, including the HTML Help Image Editor which I use for all our documentation. How are you getting the capture of the logon screen, when you don't have the ability to run the program since you're not logged on yet, and you can't even store an ALT+PRINT SCRN in memory. Are doint this on two PCs with Terminal Services Client? Have you captured the logon screen?

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    Re: Screen Capture Logon Dialog - SOLVED

    Wow did I miss this one.

    Since it is on all PCs at work, NetMeeting was the solution. With Remote Desktop Sharing you can capture any screen you want!

    Thanks to those who posted.

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