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bypassing log on box - Windows XP/2000/ME

I have the same problem that Howie*, who posted the problem of suddenly getting a log on screen instead of smoothly going straight to the desktop. Also got a different shut down screen instead of the three squares to choose from I have to do a drop down screen. I did what Austin told him to do**, but I am still getting both the logon user screen and the shutdown box. Any other ideas? I was fine until 6/2/03 when I downloaded some critical updates and it appears to have changed my settings somewhere in my computer. Thanks for any ...

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    Default bypassing log on box

    I have the same problem that Howie*, who posted the
    problem of suddenly getting a log on screen instead of
    smoothly going straight to the desktop. Also got a
    different shut down screen instead of the three squares to
    choose from I have to do a drop down screen. I did what
    Austin told him to do**, but I am still getting both the
    logon
    user screen and the shutdown box. Any other ideas?

    I was fine until 6/2/03 when I downloaded some critical
    updates and it appears to have changed my settings
    somewhere in my computer.

    Thanks for any help...Glynnes, [email]glynnesadelphia.net[/email]

    *I did something, no idea what, so that instead of xp pro
    just smoothly
    starting up, I have to deal with a logon screen. This also
    seemed to change
    the logoff screen from the pretty one with 3 choices, 3
    buttons, to an ugly
    dialog box. Any idea what I did or, more important, how to
    reset it back to
    the original? Thanks.
    Howie Jun 3 2003 9:33AM

    **How to disable XP Logo checking:

    begin procedure:
    Right Mouse-Click "My Computer"
    Select "Properties"
    Select "Hardware" Tab
    Select "Driver Signing"
    Select "Ignore - Install the software anyway
    and don't ask for my approval."
    Select "Make this action the system default"
    Select "OK"
    Select "OK"
    end procedure.

    austinw.dyndns.org Jun 3 2003 8:59AM

    Glynnes Guest

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    Default bypassing log on box

    Start/run control userpasswords2

    Uncheck the box requiring a username and password, click
    apply/ok and follow
    the prompts to set up a default logon.
    >-----Original Message-----
    >This didn't work! Any more ideas?
    >
    >>-----Original Message-----
    >>You downloaded the .net framework update which created a
    >>ASP.NET user on your pc. You might do some searching
    for
    >>this. I think I remember them sugesting you use
    >>userpassword2 or something to change it to auto load
    into
    >>your default user.
    >>
    >>>-----Original Message-----
    >>>I have the same problem that Howie*, who posted the
    >>>problem of suddenly getting a log on screen instead of
    >>>smoothly going straight to the desktop. Also got a
    >>>different shut down screen instead of the three squares
    >>to
    >>>choose from I have to do a drop down screen. I did
    what
    >>>Austin told him to do**, but I am still getting both
    the
    >>>logon
    >>>user screen and the shutdown box. Any other ideas?
    >>>
    >>>I was fine until 6/2/03 when I downloaded some critical
    >>>updates and it appears to have changed my settings
    >>>somewhere in my computer.
    >>>
    >>>Thanks for any help...Glynnes, [email]glynnesadelphia.net[/email]
    >>>
    >>>*I did something, no idea what, so that instead of xp
    >pro
    >>>just smoothly
    >>>starting up, I have to deal with a logon screen. This
    >>also
    >>>seemed to change
    >>>the logoff screen from the pretty one with 3 choices, 3
    >>>buttons, to an ugly
    >>>dialog box. Any idea what I did or, more important, how
    >>to
    >>>reset it back to
    >>>the original? Thanks.
    >>>Howie Jun 3 2003 9:33AM
    >>>
    >>>**How to disable XP Logo checking:
    >>>
    >>>begin procedure:
    >>> Right Mouse-Click "My Computer"
    >>> Select "Properties"
    >>> Select "Hardware" Tab
    >>> Select "Driver Signing"
    >>> Select "Ignore - Install the software anyway
    >>> and don't ask for my approval."
    >>> Select "Make this action the system default"
    >>> Select "OK"
    >>> Select "OK"
    >>>end procedure.
    >>>
    >>>austinw.dyndns.org Jun 3 2003 8:59AM
    >>>
    >>>.
    >>>
    >>.
    >>
    >.
    >
    Michael Guest

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