Small Logon Problem

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    • #43860

      For some reason, when I go to logon I don’t have my user picture and it does auto logon which I don’t want. Then when I turn auto logon off, I have to type in the user name and the password. Can anyone lend a hand?

    • #49806

      My guess:

      Either because of “Do not show last logged on user name” in local group policy, or http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947708/en-us.

    • #59617
      Anonymous

      My guess:

      Either because of “Do not show last logged on user name” in local group policy, or http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947708/en-us.

    • #49807

      @psych0t1c wrote:

      For some reason, when I go to logon I don’t have my user picture and it does auto logon which I don’t want. Then when I turn auto logon off, I have to type in the user name and the password. Can anyone lend a hand?

      Auto-logon – bypasses the Username/Password/Picture screen.

      No auto-logon – makes you type your username/password at the picture screen.

      I don’t exactly see what you want to happen, did you want it so your account has no password so you just click your name? If so, remove your password (if it lets you).

    • #59618
      Anonymous

      @psych0t1c wrote:

      For some reason, when I go to logon I don’t have my user picture and it does auto logon which I don’t want. Then when I turn auto logon off, I have to type in the user name and the password. Can anyone lend a hand?

      Auto-logon – bypasses the Username/Password/Picture screen.

      No auto-logon – makes you type your username/password at the picture screen.

      I don’t exactly see what you want to happen, did you want it so your account has no password so you just click your name? If so, remove your password (if it lets you).

    • #49808

      On windows seven and any other os I been on, it never did this. I just type my pass in.

    • #59619
      Anonymous

      On windows seven and any other os I been on, it never did this. I just type my pass in.

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