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Old August 4th 04, 07:07 PM
revert
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Default Positioning "Computer Locked" window

Hello.

Is it possible to set the X/Y coordinates of the "Computer Locked"
dialog window in Windows XP?

I realize that you can click and drag, but it will always revert back
to the center position. Is there a registry hack?

Thanks.
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Old August 5th 04, 04:41 PM
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Default Positioning "Computer Locked" window

Hi

this is by design and cannot be changed.
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"revert" wrote:

Hello.

Is it possible to set the X/Y coordinates of the "Computer Locked"
dialog window in Windows XP?

I realize that you can click and drag, but it will always revert back
to the center position. Is there a registry hack?

Thanks.

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Old December 29th 14, 09:28 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
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Default Positioning "Computer Locked" window

On Wednesday, August 4, 2004 11:52:23 PM UTC+5:45, revert wrote:
Hello.

Is it possible to set the X/Y coordinates of the "Computer Locked"
dialog window in Windows XP?

I realize that you can click and drag, but it will always revert back
to the center position. Is there a registry hack?

Thanks.


hmm..

i am not so sure about the altering in position, but yes, you can hide the screen lock dialogue box,

find it here.
http://www.troublefixers.com/how-to-...in-windows-xp/

worked for me (Windows XP sp2 2005)

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