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Hibernation Login

Posted on 2000-03-17
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After returning from hibernation, Win2k will ask for login
even though I disabled it (when starting the computer normally).
Is there a way to make it login automatically even when returning
from hibernation?
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Question by:badsector
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by:pschwan
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A few questions:
Do you have any screen saver set to run?
When you say you disabled login, do you mean for when you boot up your system or just for a screen saver?
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Perhaps this is helpful?  It deals with the opposite problem but the setting is still significant:


http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q228/1/52.ASP
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