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Auto Login in Windows 7, Windows 2008 & Windows 2008 R2

First thing I normally do on my test machines and home PCs is to enable Auto Login so that it does not wait for me to enter my login name & password. There are multiple option to do this but the simplest option is as below:

1.  Open Run command window (to open it, press Windows+R keys)

2. Enter control userpasswords2 in the run windows

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3. This will open user account windows

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4. Uncheck the option “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer” and click Apply. It will ask to enter the password for the account. Enter the password and click OK.

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5.  Final screen will look like this. Next time when you will reboot your machine then it will not ask for username password.

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Disclaimer: Do not use this on your office & work computers as auto login expose the security issues in case of loss of your computer.

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