I have enabled and password-protected the build-in administrator account. Then I converted it into a hidden user account with the proper registry settings. This way, I can run programs as a build-in administrator when needed, and at the same time I don' t have the administrator showing up in the log-on screen by default. However, there are occasions where it's useful to log in directly as administrator. To do so now, I must first login as the user with administrative privileges, un-hide the build-in administrator, and then log-off again. Of course, I also have to do the same procedure in reverse in order to hide the administrator from the log-on screen. I really miss the double CTRL-ALT-DEL key combination that was triggering the prompt for user credential back in Win XP pro. Does anybody knows if something like that could be implemented into Win 7 Ultimate ? I mean a key combination that would trigger the OS to pop a prompt for "Run as another User" at the log-on screen ?