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#1 carlos6


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Posted 20 January 2007 - 04:59 PM

Hello all
My computer, running WinXP SP2, has just recently started logging in as Administrator and then I have to log off, click switch Users and select My Normal login. Control panel, User accounts shows : My Name as Computer Administrator, Administrator as Computer administrator, Guest account is off.

By selecting “Change the way users login /logoff” and unticking either “Use welcome screen” or “Use fast switching” I get the message “Fast switching cannot be turned off while multiple users are logged in”. How can I change to MY Normal logon as before.
Can anyone help please.

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#2 Monty007


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Posted 20 January 2007 - 05:44 PM

Hi carlos, if you want to log in so admin doesn't over ride you add passwords to your account and the admin account.....that will fix it. And to fix the fast switching issue, when you log of do not click on switch user as you are still logged on, click log off first then you see two options, switch oser or log off., click log off.

Edited by Monty007, 20 January 2007 - 06:52 PM.


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