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Logonui.exe and logonuiX.exe what's the difference


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mikeloeven

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ok one day i noticed that if i logon to a terminal it uses logonui.exe to display the logon screen. i also noticed that when i log on to the same terminal using remote desktop logonui.exe is replaced by logonuix.exe this may sound dumb but why does remote desktop need it;s own special login screen and is there a way to make it use the normal screen
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There is no loginuiX.exe on my system. From what I can gather, logonuiX.exe is not a standard Windows file. It launches a custom-made log-on screen created with customisation software such as 'Logon Studio' by Stardock, whereas logonui.exe is the standard and official Windows version.

I'm afraid I can't advise you on how to force the normal login screen when using Remote Desktop.

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 22 February 2010 - 10:31 AM.

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so to make remote desktop use the normal login screen i would have to uninstall logon studio ???
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