automatic w95/w98 startup

I know there is a possibility to automate the startup process adding something like "AUTOLOGON" using "regedit".

I want to restart a w95 that is a member of a LAN. It is more a server than a PC, so in case of power failure (or whatever), once you can restart it, no one will respond to initial startup user identification, so it must go on by it self.

I know there is a possibility to automate the startup process adding something like "AUTOLOGON" using "regedit", but I don't now where...

Can any one help me ?
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Download the program TweakUI from  This will allow you to do what you want.
andreuAuthor Commented:
I am sorry, but I did not find that program in download.

Is it part of a other product?.

Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Network\Logon find the user name and password entry. Delete them. Also goto START - SETTING - PASSWORDS select the USER PROFILES tab and set all user use the same preferences. The next time you log on you should see a message that tells if you don't enter a password it will not ask next time. Don't enter a password.
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try this go to control panal click on network ,change primary network logon to windows logon

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andreuAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your answer. The program you propose does not aply for w98.

Any how, the answer proposed by "trekie1" is just what I need. It is easy and apllies also to w98.

So points goes to "trekie1", but I must thank to all answers
andreuAuthor Commented:
Thanks for you answer trekie1.

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