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Best Answer FreeBooter , 29 November 2016 - 10:21 AM

If its local account you can follow my instructions at my tutorial to login to any account automatically. "Bypass the Windows Logon Screen on Multi Account PCs"https://www.dost-tec....php?f=10... Go to the full post »


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I don't want to sign in after reboot,tried all the normal stuff nothing works.+Can you  help? Thanks


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To avoid us possibly repeating things can you tell us what you have tried already.


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To avoid us possibly repeating things can you tell us what you have tried already.

can't find follow this topic  Ive tried all the settings recommendations to negate password.


Edited by nickf33, 29 November 2016 - 09:12 AM.

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Such as, I disabled mine in Accounts in seconds but others have needed to go the netplwiz route.


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Such as, I disabled mine in Accounts in seconds but others have needed to go the netplwiz route.

As far as I know have it disabled in accounts .Also went to netplwiz


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✓  Best Answer

If its local account you can follow my instructions at my tutorial to login to any account automatically.

 

"Bypass the Windows Logon Screen on Multi Account PCs"

https://www.dost-tec....php?f=10&t=409


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If its local account you can follow my instructions at my tutorial to login to any account automatically.

 

"Bypass the Windows Logon Screen on Multi Account PCs"

https://www.dost-tec....php?f=10&t=409

Thanks Freebooter That worked.Your the best.


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You are very welcome nickf33!


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Thanks FreeBooter saved us the need to interrogate any further  :lol:

 

Levity apart, glad you got it sorted nickf33  :thumbsup:


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Thanks Phill this is why we are here to help members of GTG forum any way we can and by luck i had a tutorial for the OP question. :wave:


Edited by FreeBooter, 29 November 2016 - 12:47 PM.

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