Re: JAWS and Microsoft Active Directory Login

Adrian Spratt

My system doesn't have these specs, and with any luck someone who does have
such a system will post. However, I've encountered similar situations in the
past. The solution was to note where the computer had arrived in the boot
process and then type from memory, like the pre-computer days when we typed
without any sound confirmation at all. Is that an option here?

-----Original Message-----
From: []
On Behalf Of Hackett, Connie
Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 8:30 AM
Subject: JAWS and Microsoft Active Directory Login

Hello everyone,

We have a professor using JAWS version 12 that is getting a new laptop with
Windows 7 and is set up with Microsoft Active Directory Login. The problem
is that once the laptop is booted up JAWS will not read "Control + Alt +
Delete" and "Username" and "Password" for her to login. JAWS starts speaking
once she is logged in. JAWS is set to "Automatically start JAWS" and is set
to "Run JAWS from the System Tray". Has anyone run into this problem and can
offer a solution?

Connie Hackett
Assistive Technology Technician
Springfield Technical Community College
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