Safe AutoLogon automatically logs a user on when the computer is restarted or powered on. The logon password is always safely stored in a maximum 256-bit AES/Triple DES encryption. Benefits: Give users access to network resources without having to have them type; Increased security by users not knowing (or being able to change) their network; Solves the problem of manually changing passwords at each computer for automatic logon; Change logon passwords, even for those computers that are not yet turned on; Centrally manage and change the logon password for Safe AutoLogon users from one location; Updates Active Directory password; Corporate security - logon to a computer with one username/password, optionally locking the desktop. To address the needs of Enterprise customers, WM Software created a companion product to handle password updates, the Safe AutoLogon Password Server (SALPS). SALPS allows passwords to be centrally updated and sent to the clients before an automatic logon takes place, eliminating time-consuming manual client updating and notifying users of password changes.