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Unchecked Computer Admin as advised, restarted computer goes directly to desktop without requiring a log in - just like before - and user is still set up for further use.

Thanks so much for your help. It has been a pleasure working with you. I especially appreciated the quick feedback and research. :thumbsup:
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For your info you could have achieved exactly the same on the Control Userpasswords2 at run I sent you, but perhaps it was less obvious there.

For your further info. If you create an account on User Account and then chamge the name THERE, although the log-in name is changed the account name in Control User passwords etc is NOT and remains the same name as originally allocated.

Therefore if you go to that cmd from run and then select an account and click properties you will then see the details of that account.

You still have that account you created of course, it has simply been removed from the log-in screen.

Finally good luck with it. Please come back whenever you wish of course, although as an established member you know that.

It has been a pleasure to work with you.

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