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In Windows 2000 I have one user and the administrator user.  How can I make the one user login automatic without typing in a user name or password.  
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start->run->regedt32.exe
hkey_local_machine
   software
      microsoft
          windows nt
              currentversion
                winlogon
AutoAdminLogon, default value: 0, write 1
DefaultUserName: your UserName
and add DefaultPassword, value: your password
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