|WikiProject Microsoft Windows / Computing||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
|WikiProject Computer Security / Computing||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
Could someone at least expand the acronym GINA, and/or provide discussion or references?
Does anyone else think this article needs some images? Some screenshots perhaps? Seems a little bland without anything but text. Maybe an image of the Logon to Windows, Windows Security or Computer Locked screens would be appropriate? I'm willing to upload some images if people think that they would be good for the article. --Tech Nerd 02:14, 16 March 2007 (UTC)
Welcome Screen/Friendly Logon
This article is only presenting information about the ultra-secure corporate method of logging in to Windows. On Windows XP, this one is the least likely to be active. (Usually the Welcome Screen is the default, where LogonUI is loaded instead of GINA, and even when it's turned off, the SAS is not required unless a specific group policy is set). It would be worth adding information about the Welcome Screen/Logonui-based logon sequence. --NetRolller 3D 19:03, 2 December 2007 (UTC)
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Do we need an icon?
Winlogon is not the logon screen
At least, it isn't the program used for the logon screen in Windows 7. (Not sure about earlier versions of Windows) What really is the logon screen UI is LogonUI.exe. With a quick registry hack and entering taskmgr into command prompt, its easy to verify this. LikeLakers2 (talk | Sign my guestbook!) 21:20, 14 October 2012 (UTC)