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unstresst

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..When I turn on computer I have a pop-up that asks for user and password.......never use it. would like to have it NOT come up.
.........HOW??
 

Del

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If it has a place for Username and Password, try putting in a name and no password, and click ok. Shouldn't see it again.
 
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Start>Settings>Control Panel>Network and set your “Primary Network Logon” box to “Windows Logon”.
 
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or....
Start - Run - type in regedit
HKEY_Local_Machine\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Network\realmodenet\autologon
Change value from 01 00 00 00 to 00 00 00 00
If autologon isn't there create it using Binary Value. Name it:
Autologon and set value to 00 00 00 00
Close regedit and go to Find and type in *.pwl Any files that are found right click and rename.........same name but instead of .pwl change it to .old
Hope this helps.
 

unstresst

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.....the fix was ....when log-on box came up I typed a name, no password and "ok"

Originally posted by Del:
Exactly what fixed the problem??
Glad you ok now..
 

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Hey, great..!!
Glad it fixed you up, but we like to know what the fix was for the next time someone had the same problem..
Have a great night and thanks for letting us know..
Del
 
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