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I have a computer where it no longer prompts for login. I have removed all network services rebooted and re-added them but it still appears to login to nowhere. Currently I use the logoff user task bar option in order to get a login prompt. What else is involved in making it not prompt me for a login on computer bootup?
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ggiggs,

Run Regedit and search for file AUTOLOGON. Once registry find it, highlight it and press delete key, then reboot the system.
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This worked! Thanks.
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