When running autoruns.exe, it finds the following. Under HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\winlogon\userinit, there is an entry for c:\windows\system32\winlogon32.exe, which is reported as missing.
If I try to disable or delete the entry, autoruns warns that Deleting Userinit will prevent users from logging on. Are you sure..?
While this seems like a moot point, since the file is missing, and the computer surely DOES allow users to log on, I was looking for an opinion with whether to do anything, ignore it as a registry quirk, or perhaps blazefind deleted the file and I should consider extracting it from CD?
This is on an XP Home, fully patched SP3 version of the OS.