Windows 10: Task Scheduler is running script On workstation unlock and At log on.. Solved


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    Windows 10 Pro [64-bit]
       4 Days Ago #1

    Task Scheduler is running script On workstation unlock and At log on..


    I have a task scheduled to play a sound when I unlock my computer, but after a restart or boot it also plays at log on. How do I make Task Scheduler stop running this script 'at log on'?

    Edit: Turns out Windows 10 is automatically logging me in, but keeping the computer locked.

    Disable this under Sign-in options. (Start> Type Sign-in options)
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    Last edited by Nuggs; 4 Days Ago at 19:06.
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