8406Re: [NTO] Windows shortcut to show screen saver?
- May 12, 2009You said originally that you wanted to hide what you were doing. Without
a password setup for your account and doing as suggested with "Windows
Key + L" there is now way to *truly* hide what was going on. As you
said, all someone needs to do is click on your account name and they're
able to look at everything that was running.
> David Smart wrote:
> >It's probably actually taking you to the "This computer is in use and has
> >been locked" screen.
> >It empties the screen and requires the password to reactivate, although
> >everything is still running.
> Nope. I just have to click my account name and I'm back. My computer
> is set up so I never have to log in. I guess that's why I haven't
> seen this screen before.
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