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I have a win95 oem version software.
How I can log in without typing password (when it asked for password I just left it blank but still I have to press return key to login).
In windows for workgroup if you change to blank automaticaly logs in without typing or seeing login screen.
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Are you using multiple profiles (i.e, Different settings for different users)?  If you do not want to use multiple profiles, then you can stop windows from asking you for a login all together by going to Control Panel | Passwrodsand clicking on the Profiles tab  Click on the box "all users of this PC use the same settings"

If you are using multiple profiles, I know it can be done, I just don't remember how at the moment so you will have to reject this answer.
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Thanks for the answer.
But I am not using multiple profiles and also setting is set for "all users of this PC use the same setting".
In addition to that I am loging into the "clients for Microsoft Network.
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