Autologin / Autologon Sysinternals with Windows 10 issue
replace.me › Windows. Type “netplwiz” and click OK;; Uncheck the box “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer”;; Click apply and then OK; and.
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I am setting in the registry to have the domain computer auto login for some shop floor terminals that are running on a Lenovo Tiny form factor. They have both wired and wireless built-in. Windows 7 login in immediately without a problem. Windows 10 will fail if the wireless is active most of the time. By fail it just shows up at the login screen and doesn’t log in. However if you reboot a few times it will eventually start working and seem to work again for a bit.
Have you tried an alternative way of performing the auto logon rather than the registry? Here is an example. I’ve never used the registry to perform this. My use case was some Geovision security camera software couldn’t run unless someone was logged on.
I have not tried netplwiz, but my steps match option two. Let me give option one a try, thank you. If your PC is currently joined to a domain, then the “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer. And option two is the registry changes as I’ve been doing that seem to work fine with a wired connection but not a wireless connection. I use Autologon, which is an official Microsoft program.
That looks like it was recently updated August so that looks promising, I’ll try the Syinternals Autologin tool next. No I don’t think so, the user can log in if done manually but not automatically every time and this works fine with Windows 7, but not Windows Autologin is better security than editing the registry but the effect is no different.
Works sometimes with wireless, works every time when disabling wireless. This topic has been locked by an administrator and is no longer open for commenting. To continue this discussion, please ask a new question.
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John wrote: Well, no joy, there is this note If your PC is currently joined to a domain, then the “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer. It sounds like your PC may not be authenticating the wireless network connection before logon. Try one of these workarounds. Good idea, here is a link to Autologon. Spice 1 flag Report.
Big Green Man This person is a verified professional. This is a much better idea because it will encrypt the username and password used. No reason to store it in plain text. That looks like it was recently updated August so that looks promising, I’ll try the Syinternals Autologin tool next flag Report.
John wrote: Autologin is better security than editing the registry but the effect is no different. There could be a chance that the wireless connection isn’t being established quick enough, but I think the profile should be cached, so it shouldn’t be a problem. Could you test by doing it with a local account? Read these next