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How can I login the system automatically? I need to use microsoft network but don't want to get that screen after reboot. Or else, is it possible to run my VB application before the network password prompt?
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1. If you want to login automatically, use Tweak UI. You can download it from Microsoft site. After install, goto Control Panel, Tweak UI, Network and suply username and password for automatic login

2. To run a program before the login dialog, use regedit and open:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices

create a string key in this folder, give any name and in the value put the full path of the program you want to run.

Hope it help you

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