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Windows 7 Default login

We have several Windows 7 PCs on our shop floor.  Each PC has an Administrator account, backup account and user account.  

I have been asked to have each PC log all the way into Windows using the shop account (User).   The computer is not part of a domain and the user account does not have a password.  I have run "conrol userpasswords2" and checked enter username and password so they can just select the local user account.  

Is there a way to set the default username for automatic login in Windows 7
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peelersCommented:
Are you trying to make the PC boot all the way into Windows with a specific user?  If so, these registry entries will work:

http://www.velikan.net/automatic-login-windows-account/

Otherwise if you are just trying to make Windows show the name you want after boot, use this registry key to set it:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\LastLoggedOnUser
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arnoldCommented:
You can preconfigure which account will be used to auto login.
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/make-windows-vista-log-on-automatically/
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Run5kCommented:
Please ensure that Arnold gets the full credit for this suggestion, but here is a more detailed explanation of the process that I keep bookmarked:

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/377-log-automatically-startup.html
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helpfinderCommented:
in control userpasswords2 you can deselect option "user must enter user name and password and choose which user should log on automatically then:
http://www.windows7taskforce.com/thumb/control%20userpasswords2%20auto%20log%20on.png/x/560

As I understand you correctly this is what you are looking for
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