>However, the documentation doesn't tell you how to install and use this
>stub gina once written. Does anyone know how to do this?
To load an alternative GINA, you must alter the following registry key
Key Name: \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows
Value Name: GinaDLL
Value Type: [REG_SZ]
If this key value is present and non-null, then it should have a GINA
DLL name. Winlogon will load and use that GINA DLL.
Make sure that when you write to this entry, your GINA dll is in place
and ready for use before rebooting, otherwise Bad Things will happen.
The situation is retrievable on a networked machine (using regedt32),
but on a standalone machine you'll probably have to reinstall NT.
Bob Moore [MVP]
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