user select at startup

  Tony 08:47 07 Aug 05
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My windows xp has just started requiring me to log in everytime although I am the only User. I find this annoying snd I know it can be turned off. Could someone pleases remind me how?

  Diodorus Siculus 08:52 07 Aug 05

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By default XP requires a user to logon everytime he/she restarts the system. For single user systems this continues to be a good practice for security reasons; however, many users find the process of logging-in silly in a one-user system.

how the user can have XP automatically log-in during start-up.



Note: This can also be done automatically through Microsoft's unsupported power tool TweakUI which has an autologon feature.



Here's the manual way to do this:



1. Click on the Start Menu


2. Click Run


3. In the open field type: control userpasswords2


4. Click OK


5. An User Accounts Dialog Box will open.


6. Select the Users Tab


7. Clear the Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer checkbox


8. Select the Advanced Tab


9. If it is not already, clear the Require users to press Ctrl-Alt-Del before logging on checkbox


10. Press Apply


11. A dialog box will open asking you for user name and password


12. Input the information into these fields


13. Click OK


14. Click on Start Menu again


15. Open your Control Panel


16. Open User Accounts


17. Click Change the way users log on or off


18. If it is not already, clear checkbox for Use the Welcome Screen


19. If it is not already, clear checkbox for Use Fast User Switching


20. Click the Apply Options button


21. Reboot to see your results

  Diodorus Siculus 08:52 07 Aug 05

click here

Actually this is better... :-)

  rawprawn 08:53 07 Aug 05

Control Panel/ User Accounts/ Change the way you log on/ Tick fast switching/ Apply Options.

  rawprawn 08:55 07 Aug 05

Doh, wrong again.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 10:36 07 Aug 05

Accounts options ---Turn on/off the "Welcome" page when you start up
Type "control userpasswords2" in run box

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