How to get rid of the Logon Screen

Windows XP – solution 1:
-Select Run from the Start Menu, type control userpasswords2, and click Ok.
-Turn off the Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer option, and click Ok.

Windows XP – solution 2:
If you have one user account and no password configured, Windows XP will log you in automatically. Otherwise, you’ll have to do the following:
-Obtain and install the Windows XP version of TweakUI.
-Open TweakUI (it’s in Start -> Programs -> Powertoys for Windows XP).
-Expand the Logon branch, and click Autologon.
-Turn on the Log on automatically at system startup option, type your username and password, and click Ok.

Windows 2000 – solution 1:
-Double-click the Users icon in Control Panel, and choose the Users tab.
-Turn off the Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer option, and click Ok.

Windows 2000 – solution 2:
-Double-click the System icon in Control Panel, and choose the Network Identification tab.
-Click Network ID and follow the instructions on screen.

Windows 95/98/Me (If you don’t have multiple users configured):
-Open Control Panel, and double-click on the Network icon.
-From the list entitled Primary Network Logon:, choose Windows Logon, and press OK.

Note: If this doesn’t work, make sure you didn’t initially configure a password for yourself. If you did, Windows 98 will always require it. Double-click on the Passwords icon in Control Panel to choose nothing (leave it blank) for your password.

Windows 95/98/Me (If you do have multiple users configured):
-Run the Registry Editor (REGEDIT.EXE).
-Open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ Network\ Logon.
-Double-click on the Process Logon Script value, and change the data from 00 00 00 00 to 00 00 00 01

Windows 95/98/Me (If nothing else works):
-Install Tweak UI, and double-click the Tweak UI icon in Control Panel.
-Choose the Network tab, and check the Log on automatically at system startup option.
-Type your username (shown after Log Off in your Start Menu) and your password (leave it blank if you don’t have one), and click Ok when you’re done.

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