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By sheri.newell ·
I have a computer that is part of a network that I am working on. The problem is that when it is started up it won't go to the Network logon screen. Instead it boots right into Windows (like an UNnetworked computer might). You can, however, log off and the logon screen does come back up. Of course that makes sense, but the other doesn't. This PC is configured just like the rest and I've done everything I can think of. Any suggestions?

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by The-Bear In reply to Logon screen

Set yourself up as a new user with your own password.

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by VinnyD In reply to Logon screen

Your computer is doing an AutoLogon

You have to delete the registry key called autologon.

The entry should be at:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Network\Real Mode Net

There is an item called AutoLogon=<x>Simplest way to find it is to use Find for AutoLogon

When you find it, delete that key.

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by sheri.newell In reply to Logon screen

The suggestion to remove the autologon registry key worked perfectly! Thanks.

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