|OnScreen with CrossScanner: for Windows; OnScreen Keyboards with Single Switch Access; Version 1.78 Release 4; User's Guide|
Open OnScreen Logon Utilities from Start Menu | (All) Programs | OnScreen
Select Setup / Configure Logon Utility
When Enable Keyboard Logon is checked "On" then the standard 2000 / XP logon is disabled, and 2 options are available:
Large Keyboard Dialog (Windows NT)
My-T-Soft 2 Keyboard (Windows 2000 and later)
When Enable Onscreen Keyboard Logon is checked "Off" then the standard 2000 / XP logon is used, and the OnScreen Logon Utility is disabled.
Important: This section is split into 2 areas based on which logon option is used. The recommended My-T-Soft 2 option is listed first. For Windows Vista - see OnScreen Logon Utilites for Windows Vista
Important: The Large Keyboard Dialog (Windows NT) secure logon approach will still operate in Windows 2000 / XP, but support for newer facilities such as Active Directory, Group Policies, etc. may not be managed properly. Only the My-T-Soft 2 option is supported and recommended for Windows 2000 / XP. If the Large Keyboard Dialog is enabled, the Opening Logon screen will simply have a Logon button, which can be pressed with any Pen, Touch, or pointing device, and the Keyboard will be displayed on the logon dialog along with the User Name, Password, and Domain fields.