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Logon Screen Removal

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#1 guo


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Posted 23 April 2009 - 07:20 AM

Hey guys,
A few weeks ago I installed a logon screen for my Windows XP Professional system via LogonLoader. It worked for a few days but then I uninstalled. Prior to the installation of LogonLoader, I didn't need to log in to any sort of account; XP just went straight to my desktop. However, after I uninstalled LogonLoader, I am required to login to my account using a screen like this:

I have already disabled "Use the Welcome Screen" in User Accounts, used TweakUI, and used CONTROL USERPASSWORDS2.

Thanks in advance!

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#2 James K

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Posted 23 April 2009 - 07:41 AM

Hi Guo,

If you head over to the control panel > user accounts you should be able to select the option to use the welcome screen.

To auto log you on you need to open your start menu > Run > type 'control userpasswords2' this will allow you to specify an account to auto logon when booting.

Hope this helps,


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