“You may sign on as guest” text… can it be clear

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    Avatarringo123
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    Hi guys,

    I’m keen to stop this text coming up on the login screen… it seems some users get confused and log in as guest rather than as their userids…
    Is there any way to stop that text from appearing?

    Thanks

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    AvataraLiE
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    Did you tried using the parameter “DisableGuest=yes” ?

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    Avatarringo123
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    thanks for your reply. No i had not tried that, and put it in. However, that has not removed the text?!

    Cheers

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Can you post wnos.ini and firmware version you are using?

    CG

    #20564
    Avatarringo123
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    Hi,

    it’s wyse s10 7.01 firmware

    wnos.ini below 🙂

    #


    # Allow User to make Changes to Configuration
    # Available choices are none, low, high
    privilege=high

    #


    # Set the terminal to enforce session sharing
    #
    #
    unisession=yes

    #disable guest login
    DisableGuest=yes

    #


    # Allow long application names
    LongApplicationName=yes

    #


    # Network settings
    # Device=Ethernet Speed=”100M FD”
    Device=Auto

    #


    # Location of Rapport server
    RapportServer=10.1.1.1
    FileServer=10.1.1.1

    #


    # Turn on Screen saver with custom logo
    ScreenSaver=10 LockTerminal=yes SoftSaver=yes type=3 image=xxxxxxxx.bmp

    #


    #Set time zone
    #
    Timeserver=xxxxxxxxxx Timeformat=”12-hour format” Dateformat=dd/mm/yyyy
    TimeZone=’GMT + 12:00′ ManualOverride=yes Daylight=yes Start=260910 End=030411

    #


    # Turn on VNC without prompting user
    VncPrompt=0
    MaxVNCD=1
    VNCPassword=xxxxxxxxxx

    #


    # Set background wallpaper and screen resolution
    Resolution=1280×768 Refresh=60

    #


    # Set mouse speed
    MouseSpeed=1

    #


    # The following directive allows the Winterm 1200LE to attempt to
    # locate code files on the FTP server and to update the current
    # code on the Winterm if the version on the server is different.
    #
    autoload=1
    #
    Language=nz

    #


    # Disables display of the sign-on dialog box. These settings also set up pnagent and domain list
    #
    #
    signon=1
    PnliteServer=10.1.1.1
    Seamless=yes
    DomainList=xxxx

    connect=ica
    LocalCopy=yes
    httpbrowsing=yes
    description=”xxxxxxxxx”
    icon=xxxxxxxx.bmp
    browserip=xxxxxx
    domainname=xxxxxxx
    application=”xxxxxxxx”
    fullscreen=1
    colors=64k
    reconnect=no
    LowBand=yes
    UnmapSerials=yes

    connect=ica
    LocalCopy=yes
    httpbrowsing=yes
    description=”xxxxxxxxx”
    icon=xxxxx.bmp
    browserip=xxxxxxxxxxx
    domainname=xxxxx
    application=”xxxx”
    fullscreen=1
    colors=64k
    reconnect=no
    LowBand=yes
    UnmapSerials=yes

    connect=ica
    LocalCopy=yes
    httpbrowsing=yes
    description=”xxxx”
    icon=xxxxxxx.bmp
    browserip=xxxx
    domainname=xxx
    application=”xxx”
    fullscreen=1
    colors=64k
    reconnect=no
    LowBand=yes
    UnmapSerials=yes

    connect=ica
    LocalCopy=yes
    httpbrowsing=yes
    description=”xxxx”
    icon=xxxxxxxxx.bmp
    browserip=xxx
    domainname=xxx
    application=”xxx”
    fullscreen=1
    colors=64k
    reconnect=no
    LowBand=yes
    UnmapSerials=yes

    exit=all

    thanks

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