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Hi all

I have a customer when his pc goes to pause screen he is ask for his logon credentials how
do i remove that signon box
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Question by:davy999
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ThomasMcA2 earned 500 total points
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IIRC, right click on the desktop > Properties > Screen Saver tab > uncheck the "lock" option
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by:Darr247
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You don't need a registry hack.
I believe this is the option to which ThomasMcA2 was referring:Screen Saver - Prompt for PW
But if you're talking about resuming from Standby or Hibernate, that's in Power Options, on the Advanced tab.Power Options - Advanced tab - No Password on Resume
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