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  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #200

    Hola, lo primero felicitarte por el tutorial, esta muy bien hecho.
    Tengo un problema en mi PC y he probado las 2 opciones que das, la de NETPLWIZ y la del registro de Windows y no funciona.
    Tengo activado el AutoAdminLogon en 1 y tampoco funciona.

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    También he probado con la opción 1 y no me deja.
    Si alguien podría orientarme o sabe de alguna solución lo agradecería mucho.
    Utilizo Windows 10 Enterprise v1709
    En este ordenador funcionaba el autolog antes de la actualización.
    También he probado con usuarios de dominio y no funciona y con los locales tampoco.
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  2. Posts : 24,649
    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #201

    Titiseum said:
    Hola, lo primero felicitarte por el tutorial, esta muy bien hecho.....

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    Titiseum (Google Translate) said:
    Hello, first of all, congratulations on the tutorial, it is very well done.
    I have a problem on my PC and I have tried the 2 options you give, the NETPLWIZ one and the Windows registry one and it does not work. I have AutoAdminLogon turned on at 1 and it doesn't work either.

    I have also tried option 1 and it won't let me. If someone could guide me or know of a solution I would appreciate it very much. I use Windows 10 Enterprise v1709 The autolog was working on this computer before the update. I have also tried with domain users and it does not work and with local ones either.
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  3. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #202

    Excuse my ignorance.
    Hello, first of all, congratulations on the tutorial, it is very well done.
    I have a problem on my PC and I have tried the 2 options you give, the NETPLWIZ one and the Windows registry and it does not work.
    I have AutoAdminLogon turned on at 1 and it doesn't work either. I have also tried option 1 and it won't let me. If someone could guide me or know of a solution I would appreciate it very much.
    I use Windows 10 Enterprise v1709.
    The autolog was working on this computer before the update.
    I have also tried with domain users and it does not work and with local ones either.
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  4. Posts : 24,649
    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #203

    Titiseum said:
    I use Windows 10 Enterprise v1709.
    The autolog was working on this computer before the update.
    Which update was that? What build does Winver say you have?
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  5. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #204

    last actualization I did not know, but the actual Winver info is: Sign in User Account Automatically at Windows 10 Startup-dgdf.png
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  6. Posts : 338
    Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
       #205

    I'm trying to get this replacement laptop for my mother configured for her (bought used from a pawn shop in town that no longer exists here because reasons unknown to me), and one of the things I wanna do is the auto sign-in to windows. Local/offline account only, no microsoft account linkage, and I usually use option one for our computers, but with her windows 10 pro, that checkmark box is absent

    The BIOS cooked OEM code is legit, checked with windows 10 and said "activated via digital license". how can I bring this option back for her, or not possible? I'm updating her computer right now, so it'll be a bit for more specific deets
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  7. Posts : 17
    All Windows Versions
       #206

    Either do not use a password or use autologon

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sys...oads/autologon
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  8. Posts : 248
    Win 10 Pro 64
       #207

    One problem I have not seen mentioned is that the box on netplwiz only affects the use or not of a password. It does NOT affect the need for a PIN if installed. The effect is that unticking the box actually makes signing in more complicated as the system will only recognise another detailed method using older data which you might have forgotten !
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  9. Posts : 248
    Win 10 Pro 64
       #208

    I had the PC setup to not require signin when switching on. A week or so ago it changed and now I have to every time!
    Unfortunately when reinstalling Windows from scratch I foolishly entered a PIN. And it is that I have to use. So none of the instructions given her seem to apply. I have not switched on Hello (stupid idea!) but still can't seem to get back to the way I used to have it. Its even worse than that! Now it wants the PIN after the display wakes up again !
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  10. Posts : 61,585
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
    Thread Starter
       #209

    Snugglebugs said:
    I had the PC setup to not require signin when switching on. A week or so ago it changed and now I have to every time!
    Unfortunately when reinstalling Windows from scratch I foolishly entered a PIN. And it is that I have to use. So none of the instructions given her seem to apply. I have not switched on Hello (stupid idea!) but still can't seem to get back to the way I used to have it. Its even worse than that! Now it wants the PIN after the display wakes up again !
    Hello,

    Just to verify, did you already try setting up netplwiz again in option 1 with your password (not PIN)?
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