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Windows 2003 Logs In Then Immediately Logs Off


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I have multiple machines running Windows 2003 Standard. On a fresh install, when it finishes, and I go to login, it flashes for a second, and then says saving settings, and logging out.
Anyone have any ideas on it? I already looked at the Windows XP thread that was started, but it wasnt able to help me out.
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which thread, and why wasn't it able to help you out?
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This thread:
Windows XP Logs In Then Immediately Logs Off

And it being a fresh install, just basic components, I shouldnt have Malware or spyware or anything on it. I did look though, and didnt see anything that was there. Its not a big deal for me to just re-install, as it is a engineers machine, and not very important, but I would like to know what causes this.
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it is a engineers machine, and not very important...

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:tazz: ;) ;) :)

I dunno know why, but that really hit my funny bone.

Anyway, since it is a new machine, I suspect something in winlogon is just corrupt---reinstall. It happens.
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Ok. Thanks for the reply.
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