Windows XP login issue on domain

Posted on 2007-09-27
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
I am on a Windows 2003 domain.  1 PC out of 15, after logging off of the domain, does not maintain the username in the login screen.  We have to retype it each time.  All of the other PC's only require a password.

Is there a secuirty policy causing this locally on that machine?
Question by:ttelesca
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    Accepted Solution

    One thing you could check:

    Go on problem PC > open admin tools > local security settings > check that Interactive Logon: Do not display last user name is set to DISABLED.
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    Expert Comment

    This has to do with group policy as mentioned above.

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