Remove Items From Ctrl+Alt+Delete Windows Dialog

Pressing [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Delete] on windows computer, shows you dialog which contains:

  • Lock Computer
  • Switch User
  • Log Off
  • Change Password
  • Start Task Manager
  • Shutdown

You can remove Lock Compute, Log Off, Change Password, Start Task Manager from above options. This is also depend on the Group policy that is applied on your domain, if your computer is part of some domain.


To remove the options you will require to open the Group Policy Editor, that you can open by typing "gpedit.msc" in Run Command from Start menu.


Once Group Policy Editor is opened  navigate to "User Configuration" ->  "Administrative Templates" -> "Network" -> "System" Now select Ctrl+Alt+Del Options from the list.


On the right site pane right click on any of the given items, select Properties and check the box named 'Enabled'. Press Apply on properties dialog. Log off and log on the computer to reflect the change.


One thing to note that if you remove the "Lock Computer" from the dialog, you will not able to lock the computer by pressing "Windows + L" key.

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