|My-T-Pen®: for Windows; Indestructible Keyboards and Indispensable Utilites; Version 1.78 Release 4; User's Guide|
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The My-T-Pen Logon Utilities for Windows 2000 / XP have been provided to enable the implementation of Pen and Touchscreen systems without the need for a physical keyboard. Because the default name/password logon options for Windows 2000 / XP required a Ctrl-Alt-Delete keystroke combination, Pen and Touch systems still had to resort to a physical keyboard if a secure logon was required. Now with the My-T-Pen Keyboard Logon Utility, a secure logon can be accomplished without the need of a physical keyboard.
In addition, the Automatic Logon option has also been incorporated as a convenience within this utility, allowing a fixed user/password combination to start up Windows 2000 / XP without any user interaction required.
There are 2 options available - the original Logon Utilities for Windows NT, and My-T-Soft 2 (for Windows 2000 and Windows XP)
To address changes in Windows 2000 & XP, and to allow customized layouts of the logon keyboard, the My-T-Soft 2 approach enables the use of a My-T-Soft 2 keyboard during the secure logon sequence. The keyboard can be modified with IMG's "Build-A-Board". Advanced notes below refer only to the IMGLOGON.DLL approach - when using the IMGGINA2.DLL (My-T-Soft 2 option), the interface, user shell creation, and all logon capabilities are handled by the default MSGINA.DLL (Microsoft GINA) (or other selected GINA DLL).
There are various features available within the Logon Utilties:
Display Domain/User option for Locked Workstation (Security feature)
Remember Domain/User for Terminals (Security feature)
Do not display key-down press (Security feature)
Key-Press hover (dwell) (Accessibility feature)
Disable Screen Saver Action (when not logged in) (Display feature)
Options to select display dialog or override (Display features)
3D or Plain keys (Display feature)
Software interface to create a SAS (Secure Attention Sequence) (i.e. emulate the Ctrl-Alt-Del) (Developer feature)