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Set login default

Posted on 2008-10-17
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Hi Guys.
I have three users on my laptop and I am set up as the admin. I am running win XP pro.
When I set it down for a couple of min it goes into either hibernation or whatever mode. Then when I pick it back up I must login again.
Can I set to not ask for a login after sitting. I want it to be able to pick it back up and it be as I left it unless I tell it to switch useres Etc......
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michote earned 100 total points
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control panel, display properties,

screensaver tab unclick the on resume display the welcome screen

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Thank you very much
I knew it was too easy, I just couldn't find the right button.
Prob. fixed.
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