This was written for Vista, but it works fine on my Server 2008 development server:
"This is possible via the Windows
Local Security Policy Editor, or
“secpol” tool. To launch the Local
Security Policy Editor click start,
Control Panel, System Maintenance,
Administrative Tools, local Security
Policy. Click “Continue” to the prompt
presented by the User Account Control.
If you are not presented with one,
it's fine, just move on.
In the Local Security Policy editor
you will see two panes, one on the
left with tree-view navigation and one
on the right which will have the
actual definitions and items to edit.
On the left hand side, expand (either
by clicking on the arrow or double
clicking) the "Local Policies"
section, and then click on "Security
Options". On the right hand side,
scroll down until you see "Interactive
logon: Do not display last user name".
Double click on this entry and you
will be presented with a dialog box
that has two options - "Enabled" and
"Disabled", with Disabled being
selected as default. Change this
setting to "Enabled", and then click
on the OK button.
After double clicking “Interactive
logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL”
select the Disable option and hit OK.
Next, close the Local Security Policy
editor, as you are done. Log off. When
you are prompted by a request to press
CTRL-ALT-DEL do so, and you will get
the classic style logon screen you
have been labored so hard to achieve."
There also seems to be another way. I have not tested that one.