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Blank username and password in Win2k

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I have a machine that is not part of the network and needs to not have a user account because of the varity of people using it. How can I set the login, so they can just hit OK and it will login? Blank username and blank password.
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Cannot do that. There has to be a username.
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You could just create a basic user account and then set it to auto-logon as that account.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/234562
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