3 steps for Remove Guest Session in Ubuntu
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3 steps for Remove Guest Session in Ubuntu

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Remove Guest Session in Ubuntu

Which this Ubuntu’s fancy option person can access many precious privacy content which you don’t want to show.

So, I am going to show easy method.



Step1: Open Terminal

Open Terminal by Ctrl+Alt+T.

Goto Manual search from Ubuntu fancy menu type or search from application department.

Step2: Terminal Command

* Type command in Terminal.

sudo gedit /usr/share/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d/50-ubuntu.conf{ Gedit editor will popup.} Some time it ask password so type it.

(Which kind blank show due to security concern.)* Save new command in “50-ubuntu.conf” file.

[SeatDefaults]
user-session=ubuntu 		
allow-guest=false		{ Write this line after above to two or other any line.}

Save by Ctrl+S.

* If you don’t have Gedit then use nano who come preinstall in terminal.

sudo nano /usr/share/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d/50-ubuntu.conf{ Nano editor will open in Terminal.}Some time it ask password so type it.

(Which kind blank show due to security concern.)* Save new command in “50-ubuntu.conf” file.

[SeatDefaults]
user-session=ubuntu 		
allow-guest=false		{ Write this line after above to two or other any line.}

Save by press F3.

After for exit press Ctrl+X.

Step3: Use.

Restart computer and see it by your self asking guest option.

Ha ha ha Aha…

You find Dnhaa..

Volaa.

Your guest become Gost.

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