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Windows 7 Home-Edition (64-bit): Windows logon screen is only at VGA (TV connected) and not as clone at DVI (Digital Display connected)

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This is how it's designed to work (or at least it's been this way on all the Windows 7 machines I've used).

When you first turn on the machine or lock it only the primary monitor is active.

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Confirming that this is by design. – Shinrai Jan 14 '11 at 20:12

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