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Windows 7 One User Stop Automatic Login

Posted by Breaud Alair on Thursday, 13 February, 2020 17:32:54

If you only have one user account that is not password protected on the computer, then Windows 7 will automatically log on to that account at startup.; If you have more than one user account and the user account that you want to have Windows 7 log on to automatically at startup does not have a created password, then leave the password fields blank in step 6 below.

This is a registry hack on how to make windows automatically logon as a limited user. There are several users on the machine but you need one to be logged on as soon as the computer to be turned on.

in the run dialog box. Either way, you'll get the same dialog box. Go ahead and uncheck the box that says " Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer. When you uncheck it and click OK, you will be prompted to enter your current password for the currently logged-in user account.

*See How to prevent automatic login of the last user in Windows 10?- Super User Unfortunately, with 1709 this no longer works because Windows appears to set the value back to 0 at login and logoff and who knows how many other places in between. This means that the value can no longer be set with login or logoff scripts as the process appears to run outside of that scope.

How to turn on automatic logon in Windows. Content provided by Microsoft. An interactive console logon that has a different user on the server changes the DefaultUserName registry entry as the last logged-on user indicator. AutoAdminLogon relies on the DefaultUserName entry to match the user

Uncheck the box next to Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer from the Users tab. Select OK at the bottom of the window. When the Automatically sign in box appears, enter the username you wish to use for your automatic login, followed by the password in the next two boxes.