Guide
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simultaneously press Win + K to configure automatic logon of the computer is not in the domain.
2
Enter netplwiz (for Windows Vista and Windows 7) or control userpasswords (for all versions of Windows) in the "Open" window that opens, "Run."
3
Press Enter to bring up the dialog box "User Accounts."
4
Select the desired user and deselect the field "must enter a user name and password."
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Click OK to display the dialog "Automatic login".
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Enter the password of the selected user to confirm the changes and then click OK to perform the operation.
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simultaneously press Win + K to configure automatic logon computer in the domain.
8
Enter regedit in the "Open" window that opens, "Run"
and press Enter to call the utility "Registry Editor."
9
Go to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARE | MicrosoftWindowsNTCurrentVersionWinlogon and configure Registry settings.
10
Type 1 in the String AutoAdminLogon entry to enable automatic logon.
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Enter your user name in the DefaultUserName string to determine the user performing automatic login.
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Enter a password in the DefaultPassword string to confirm the user performing automatic login.
13
Enter the domain name in a string parameter DefaultDomainName to determine the domain in which the auto-login is performed.
14
Reboot the system to apply the selected changes.
15
Use the Shift key to enter under a different account when the auto login you start Windows.