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How do I get rid of ctr alt dlt rqmt on log on?


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Neal2222

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How do get rid of ctr alt dlt rqmt on log on? I want to reboot directly into windows. I am the only user of my system. Everytime I reboot, one computer requires me to enter "ctrl alt dlt" while the other requires me to hit a tab called "OK" under my name. Is there a way I can just get my computers to boot directly into windows without these bothersome extra steps? Thank you for your help.
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Click start, control panel, user accounts, user accounts, change the way users log on, check the settings, click apply options if you change anything

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If you install .net framework without the service pack it would also do this
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I am unable to find an advanced tab on my administrator user account to undo the "ctrl alt delete" on one of my computers. I have looked everywhere on the user account page ... any suggestions? Thank you.
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Did you set it as per post 2?
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