Remove ability for Terminal users to change domain

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    I have a Windows 2000 Server network using Citrix and Terminal Services. We had the Novell client installed on our citrix servers, but did not use the Novell permissions… so basically the Novell login was an extra unnecessary step. I removed the Novell client and now the login box is the Windows 2000 box. Basically, I would like for the login box to default to have the username and password as the only enterable fields, and the domain/local workstation selection is not visible. Is there a GPO setting for this so that it will take effect globally for all users? When you click the Options button it hides/unhides this option, but right now I have to do this on an individual basis. I would like to hide it by default. Thanks

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