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How to remove login screen

Posted By : Kumar of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on June 6, 2005

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I am running windows me and a while ago i was setting up user passwords. Unfortunately i set one up for 'my network places'. Now every time the computer boots up i have to click on OK before the rest of the computer boots up. How can i remove this, i do not remember the password i used.

This question was answered on June 6, 2005. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Does your computer at home ask for your user identification every time you start it up? If you are the single user of a home computer, you probably don't need to see the logon screen every time you boot up To turn off the password protection: Open the Network Control Panel Make sure the Windows logon is selected, not the Microsoft network logon Restart your computer When the logon window comes up, enter a name, (any name -- it doesn't matter), leave the password blank, and hit return When it asks you to confirm that blank password, hit return again After that, you should never see the logon screen again.

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Posted by Kumar of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on June 6, 2005

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