Other User Account Names Not Displaying On Windows 10 Login Screen

Usually when a user logs on to the computer he / she can see the different user accounts created for that computer and could be used. But a few users are worried when these user accounts names are not being displayed on the login screen. Well, this might be because there might be some changes in the settings taken place wherein displaying the accounts might have disabled. In this article let us see the different methods to solve this and you can get to see all the user accounts back on your log in screen.


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Method 1: Execute The Commands In Command Prompt

 

Step 1: Open the command prompt as an administrator. To do that, type cmd in the windows search bar and hold Ctrl + Shift keys then hit enter 

Step 2: A user account control pop-up will appear, click on yes

Step 3: Copy the following command and paste it into the command prompt then hit enter

secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\inf\defltbase.inf /db defltbase.sdb /verbose

 

Command

 

Step 4:  Wait for the execution to complete and then restart the system. Now check if the issue is solved.

 

Method 2: Find Users Using Local Users And Groups Window

 

Step 1: Open the run prompt using Windows + R keys together

Step 2: Type lusrmgr.msc in the run prompt and hit enter. This will open the local users and groups window

 

Local User

 

Step 3: Now on the left side click on Groups. On the right side right click on Administrators

Step 4: From the appeared list click on Add to group

 

Add Group

 

Step 5: In the next window click on Add

 

Add

 

Step 6: In the select users window, click on object types

 

Object Types

 

Step 7: Now select users by clicking on the checkbox beside it and uncheck all other options in the window

 

Users

 

Step 8: Click on Ok

Step 9: In the select users window click on Advanced

 


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Advanced

 

Step 10: Click on Find now button

 

Find Now

 

Step 11: From the search results select the username that is not appearing on the login screen

Step 12: Click on OK and again in the next window click on OK

Step 13: Restart the system and check the issue, it should be solved.

 

Method 3: Enable The User Accounts Manually

 

Step 1: Open the run prompt using Windows + R keys together

Step 2: Type lusrmgr.msc in the run prompt and hit enter. This will open the local users and groups window

 

Local User

 

Step 3: On the left side, double click on the Users option

Step 4: On the right side you can see the list of users on your computer

Step 5: If any of the users have a down arrow mark listed in the icon then those accounts are disabled. These should be enabled manually

 

Users Arrow

 

Step 6: Right click on that particular user and click on Properties

 

Properties

 

Step 7: Remove the checkmark from the Account is disabled option by clicking on the checkbox beside it

 

Account Disabled

 

Step 8: To save the changes click on Apply and OK

Step 9: Repeat the steps for all the users whose account is disabled. Then log out from the current user account

Step 10: Restart the computer and check if the issue is solved.

 

Method 4: Check The Registry Editor

Note: If the registry is modified incorrectly there might occur major issues. So make sure to take a backup of the registry and then proceeed.

Step 1: Open the run prompt using Windows + R keys together

Step 2: Type regedit.exe in the run prompt and hit enter

 

Registry

 

Step 3: A user account control window will open click on yes. This will open the Windows registry editor

Step 4: Navigate to the following path in the registry

Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList

 

Profile List

 

Step 5: Click on each profile list and make sure the value of State with the type REG_DWORD is 0X00000000 (0). If its value is 0X00000000 (1) then the user profile is disabled

Step 6: If it is disabled then you have to change it to 0X00000000 (0). You can do this by double clicking on the state and change its value to 1 in the value data field

 

State

 

Value Data

 

Step 7: Click on OK

 

Method 5: Use Group Policy Editor

 

Step 1: Open the run prompt using Windows + R keys together

Step 2: Type gpedit.msc in the run prompt and hit enter. This will open local group policy editor

 

Gpedit

 

Step 3: On the left expand Computer configuration by clicking on the arrow beside it.

Step 4: Further expand Administrative Templates and then System

 

System

 

Step 5: Then click on Logon 

 

Logon

 

Step 6: On the right side double click on Enumerate Local Users on Domain-Joined Computer

 

Enumerate Local Users

 

Step 7: In the opened window click on the radio button beside Enabled

 

Enabled

 

Step 8: To save the changes click on Apply and OK

Step 9: Also in the same logon window, double click on Hide Entry Points for Fast User Switching

 

Hide Entry Points

 

Step 10: In the opened window click on the radio button beside Not configured

 

Not Configured

 

Step 11: To save the changes click on Apply and OK

Step 12: Close the window and restart the system. Check if the issue is solved.

 

Disable Block user from showing account details on sign-in

 

Step 1: Again on the logon window page [follow above Step 1 – 5] on the right side double click on Block user from showing account details on sign-in

 

Block User

 

Step 2: Click on the Disabled option by clicking on the radio button beside it

 

Disabled

 

Step 3: To save the changes click on Apply and OK

Step 4: Close the window and restart the system. Check if the issue is solved.

 

Disable Do not enumerate connected users on domain-joined computer

 

Step 1: Back on the logon window page on the right side double click on Do not enumerate connected users on domain-joined computers

 


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Donot Enumerate

 

Step 2: Click on the Disabled option by clicking on the radio button beside it

 

Disable

 

Step 3: To save the changes click on Apply and OK

Step 4: Close the window and restart the system. Check if the issue is solved.

 

Method 6: Edit Security Options

 

Step 1: Open the run prompt using Windows + R keys together

Step 2: Type gpedit.msc in the run prompt and hit enter. This will open local group policy editor

 

Gpedit

 

Step 3: On the left expand Computer configuration by clicking on the arrow beside it.

Step 4: Expand Windows Settings and then further expand Security Settings and then Local Policies

 

Local Policies

 

Step 5: Click on Security Options

 

Security Options

 

Step 6: On the right side, double click on Interactive Logon: Don’t Display Last Signed-in

 

Sign In

 

Step 7: In the opened window check the radio button beside disabled

 

Disabled Sign In

 

Step 8: Click on Apply and OK

Step 9: Restart the system and check if the issue is solved.

 

That’s it! I hope this article is helpful and let us know which of the above method you applied and got the issue solved. Thank you!!

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