How-to enable / disable Secure Sign-in in Windows 10

Some users prefer to have to press CTRL+ALT+DELETE or a combination of two buttons on tablets before they can sign in. This is especially handy if you have a keyboard which can be pressed accidentally. Many cooperations use this feature as well.

But how do you enable this in Windows 10? In this tutorial, we will show you how to enable (or of course disable) secure sign-in in Windows 10.

Enabling or Disabling Secure Sign-in in Windows 10.

  1. We need to begin by opening the Run window in Windows 10. You can do this by pressing the Windows + R key on your keyboard at the same time. You can also right-click your start menu and then click on Run.

2. Now type netplwiz in the Run window. Once you did that click on OK.

3. Click on the Advanced tab.

4. Now under Secure sign-in check the box; “Require users to press Ctrl+Alt+Delete” to enable it, or uncheck the box to disable this feature in Windows 10.

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Yuri Pustjens
2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Windows Yuri specializes in troubleshooting (crash analysis and devices), system resource utilisation and system performance. He is also very interested in Customer Security. Yuri can be found as Windows Community Moderator and Wiki Author on Microsoft Answers and is active on different communities all across the web.
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