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I want a particular workstation to login automatically.  When I go to user accounts there is no check mark option for "Users must enter a username and password to use this computer"

1) Computer is on a domain, so this is controlled by GPO.  Any idea where I could find this in group policy?

2) What would be the best way to exclude this workstation from the Group policy?
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