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I am using XP Pro SP3 and I am having problems with the AutoAdminLogon Value of 1 not being correctly saved after being modified from 0 to 1.
At each new bootup, the AutoAdminLogon Value of 1 is changed back to 0 (Zero) and I need to Logon again.
I cannot understand why this value is changed with new bootup. It would appear it is not being saved when I logoff.
Can anyone advise on this problem please.
Thank You

Edited by Nasho23, 19 September 2009 - 03:00 AM.

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