"Jesper" <Jesper@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Yes, you can manage it through Group Policy, but you would have to write
> template to do so yourself. Furthermore, that template would include the
> password used for logon in cleartext in the template.
> The registry keys you need to set are documented in:
I would also consider restricting the workstations to which this account
could log on, so that noone tries to use a password gleaned from the
template or remote registry to log on anonymously to computers other than
those with the autologon.
There may be other mitigation steps you would want to put in, depending on
your particular circumstance - consider what it would mean to your
environment to have this user's password be public. Make sure you mitigate