|OnScreen with CrossScanner: for Windows; OnScreen Keyboards with Single Switch Access; Version 1.79; User's Guide|
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The OnScreen Logon Utilities enable complete operation from a pointing device, allowing secure logons to network & workstations via the on-screen keyboard interface. Because of fundamental differences in operation and security between the Windows 2000 / XP and Windows Vista / 7 platforms, please refer to the appropriate sections when referencing the Logon Utilities. For support on Windows 95/98/Me & Windows NT, please refer to version 1.77 or earlier.
The proper configuration and implementation of this utility requires a user with Administrator rights
Proper licensing is required or the Logon module will revert to a demonstration and eventually disable itself
All configuration should be done via the OnScreen Logon Utilities program accessible from the Program Menu for OnScreen
In Windows Vista, Microsoft completely changed the approach used for Logon, and no longer supports the GINA interface used for 2000 / XP. Refer to the OnScreen Logon Utilities for Windows Vista / 7 below.