When booting WinXP SP2 it logs on the default user just fine. Unfortunately, when hibernating and resuming it shows the Logon screen asking me to click on the username. How can Windows be made to automatically log on in this case as well ?
I have found 4 old threads addressing this issue, but no luck so far. Here's what I have tried:
- removed password for default user
- changed HKLM/software/ms/windows nt/current version/winlogon/.. to enable autologon and set default username/password
- ran TweakUI
- ran useraccounts2
- deselected Power Options/Advanced/Prompt for Password when computer resumes
What else can I do ?
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The user.cpl lists Guest (disabled) and my Default (enabled) account. There is of course another Administrator account and whatever system accounts Windows creates- none of which are listed in the control panel. The Windows Logon screen only shows one account (Default) which is why I feel silly having to click on the only one available- why bother?
I'll grant you that the Windows logo in your dash is kinda cool though
1. Click Start > Run > Type gpedit.msc
2. Click User Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Power Management
3. Double click on Prompt For Password On Resume From Hibernate/Suspend
4. Click Disabled
5. click OK
Set it to "Enabled" ??
Oops. Edited. Yeah, disabled for no prompt.
The login one is run "control userpasswords2" and uncheck "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer.