How Do I Auto-Start On-Screen Keyboard on Vista Winlogon Screen?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Marc, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. Marc

    Marc Guest

    Is there a setting (GUI, registry, etc.) where you can "automatically" start
    osk.exe or any of the other accessibility tools on the Vista Winlogon screen?
    Marc, Feb 6, 2007
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  2. Marc

    Nyls Guest

    If you happen to have a tablet lying around, you can try installing it. Or
    maybe just install the driver (I know, not really what you're looking for).
    I'm looking for the same setting, but to disable the keyboard. After
    installing my Wacom tablet it popped up and doggedly remains on my logon
    Nyls, Feb 15, 2007
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  3. Marc

    Marc Guest

    I eventually figured out my own problem. Hopefully this will help you with
    your issue, Nyls.

    There is a link on the sidebar of the ease of access center that directs you
    to change administrative settings. From there, you can have the option of
    determining which utilities get started on the logon window. This has seemed
    to work for me, although it appears that the onscreen keyboard is given a
    lower priority in the startup order on my system and doesn't show up until
    about 10 seconds after the logon screen first appears.

    Does anyone know how I can boost the priority of the onscreen keyboard, or
    any application for that matter, in the system startup list on Vista?
    Marc, Feb 17, 2007
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