Ctrl Alt Delete checkbox is grayed out

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7 Responses

  1. David says:

    That does not fix the issue of that Avanced option in User Accounts from being grayed out.

  2. Nik says:

    It does not fix the grayed out part, but this will allow you to enable this setting trough local policy although this button is grayed out in User Account properties.

  3. cidd says:

    Local Security Policy require Proffesional or Ultimate. Is there another way to disable the ctrl alt del login, than to use secpol.msc? I’m running Home Premium and here it’s both grayed out and a missing secpol.msc.

  4. cidd says:

    I figured out a way: open run and type in regedit. Search for DisableCAD. Change the value from 0 to 1. Reboot.

  5. Jeff says:

    This did the trick. I really appreciate it!

  6. Goofy setting wording says:

    Thanks. As mentioned, it unchecks but doesn’t ungray out the setting (Win 7).
    The wording in the security policy is goofy. Enable the policy setting to disable the requirement?

  7. Todd Zimmer says:

    This option is still not un grayed in the advanced tab

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