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authui.dll

Hello,

A while ago, I was customizing my logon screen.
So far, I got rid of the following:
- Power button
- Ease of access button
- Windows 7 logo branding
- Profile picture
- Arrow next to password box

I would like to know how to get rid of username on my logon screen. The pc's name is Administrator. I'm not asking to delete the Administrator account, I'm asking to remove the text "Administrator" above the password box. I have removed all buttons and such by editing authui.dll
Does anyone know what piece of code I need to delete or edit to get rid of the text above the password box? Look the photo please. Thank you


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Post was last edited on March 15, 2019 4:29 PM PDT

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No tutorial seems to show this option.
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That's the thing, I can't find any tutorial. I might have found 1 website where they mentioned it, that you can edit it. But they didn't explain how. I was hoping anyone knows it here.

Clicking on that link, I've looked on every website and noone explained anything about them...

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My bet is no.

Head back to that site that mentioned it and ask the author as they are your best lead.

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Already did, the thread is years old. I've already messaged him he was online years ago. It's a dead website and dead user.

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The other and rather old exit

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