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    bypassing WinXP sign in screen

    Does anybody know a way of bypassing the WinXP sign in page. I want it to just load the desktop strait up when it turns on. Thanks!
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    there are a couple registry values you have to create. Google it
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    If you search the forum, you will get your answer.
    Anyway, to make it short, go to Manage Account/User. Create only one account beside Administrator and Guest (disable) account. That will do a trick.
    Other method from the forum did mention about editing the reg.
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    Force the Use of Automatic Logon
    Normally when a Windows machine is configured to automatically logon to a specified account users can bypass this and enter alternate account information. This tweak forces the machine to auto logon and to ignore any bypass attempts.Open your registry and find the key below.

    Create a new string value called "ForceAutoLogon" and set it to equal "1" to force automatic logons or "0" to allow alternate users.

    System Key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
    Value Name: ForceAutoLogon
    Data Type: REG_SZ (String Value)
    Value Data: (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)


    Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

    be careful when editing your registry
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    If you search the forum, you will get your answer.
    Anyway, to make it short, go to Manage Account/User. Create only one account beside Administrator and Guest (disable) account. That will do a trick.
    Other method from the forum did mention about editing the reg.
    i think that is for xp home. when you have networking enbaled (i am a member of a domain) then you have to press cntrl alt del and enter your user name and password. There is a way through the registry to set a default user, pass and domain
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaeger
    Force the Use of Automatic Logon
    Normally when a Windows machine is configured to automatically logon to a specified account users can bypass this and enter alternate account information. This tweak forces the machine to auto logon and to ignore any bypass attempts.Open your registry and find the key below.

    Create a new string value called "ForceAutoLogon" and set it to equal "1" to force automatic logons or "0" to allow alternate users.

    System Key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
    Value Name: ForceAutoLogon
    Data Type: REG_SZ (String Value)
    Value Data: (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)


    Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

    be careful when editing your registry

    But there are other registry values that you have to create or edit if they already exist. I had to create a couple. I think password and user. What you posted is only half of the answer
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    Start -> Run, type control userpasswords2, click OK

    Untick the box that says "Users must enter a username/password to use this computer" and enter a username/password to log on


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    Here's the thread that helped me...

    Updated XP Now I have to select a user every time?

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    hmmmz...you are right, but i was assuming he had only one account...the one i posted works if you only have one account

    it is a carputer...after all..
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    that should work if you arent logging on to a domain. If you are like me then you have to do it the way i said
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