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I have a Window98 computer that I control remotely with PC anyware over the network, If I give a remote reboot, windows stays in the logon screen, Is it possible to make it automatic.
The logon name and password has to be predefined, the machine has to log on to a NT domain
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Get hold of Tweak UI from the Windows 98 CD or from the MS web site.  There is an option to have it automatically login for you.
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