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    logon screen after hybernate on W2K

    does any one know how to skip the logon window when we boot up after a hybernate?

    I have only one user and when I start up after a shutdown it does not ask for pw. Currently no pw set for user
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    look in the display properties on screen saver tab ... make sure 'On resume, password protect' is not checked.
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    Under Power Management in the control panel, open it and click on advanced, it should be there.

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