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Possible to configure Windows XP not to require a login after coming out of sleep or hibernate mode?

Posted on 2011-02-28
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I'm not crazy about this idea, but a client recently asked me to configure Windows XP on his laptop to not to require a login after the laptop comes out of sleep or hibernate mode.  Is this possible?
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You should be able to change this setting in the "Power Options" control panel under the "Advanced" tab.
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You can follow this to disable password protection waking from standby but you cannot if resuming from Hibernation.

http://www.ehow.com/how_6952223_disable-auto-lock-windows-xp.html
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Thanks!
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