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Old 04-29-2007
Diamond
 

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Start up password request
I have just purchased a new computer with Vista Home Premium Edition. Upon
initial set up I was asked to create a Admin account with user name and
password to continue with the 'new start up procedure" This allowed to update
drivers and install other programs.

I have found that when I turn on the computer I am prompted for a log on
password. Thre are only two users to the computer, can I disable the password
request when the computer gets turned on.

I want to be able to turn the computer on and have it right to the desk top
without having to imput a password first.















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Old 04-29-2007
JerryM \(ID\)
 

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Re: Start up password request
On the Start-Run line,
type: control userpasswords2
and hit return,
uncheck - users must enter a name and password to use this computer
follow any screen prompts if any follow.


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"Diamond" <Diamond@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have just purchased a new computer with Vista Home Premium Edition. Upon
> initial set up I was asked to create a Admin account with user name and
> password to continue with the 'new start up procedure" This allowed to
> update
> drivers and install other programs.
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> I have found that when I turn on the computer I am prompted for a log on
> password. Thre are only two users to the computer, can I disable the
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> I want to be able to turn the computer on and have it right to the desk
> top
> without having to imput a password first.
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