"Require sign-in" missing in Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB


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    "Require sign-in" missing in Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB


    Hi,
    I have Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB and I would like to enable the account auto login after resume sleep/standby.
    If I go in "Sign in options", there are various functionality (Windows Hello, Password, PIN, Privacy) but there is not "Require sing-in" with the ability to choose whether to sign in after standby or not.
    Can I enable this feature through another way (for example through Group Policy or regedit)?
    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by extreme2zx; 18 Aug 2016 at 22:44.
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    Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB
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    There is a screenshot:

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    I tried all old solutions but unfortunately without success
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    car100 said:
    I tried all old solutions but unfortunately without success
    It is annoying but the box that you set to never only appears if you have set a password.

    So you have to remove autologin first or set a password if local account, then the require signin box appears, you can set to never, and then revert to autologin.
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  5. Posts : 15
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    cereberus said:
    It is annoying but the box that you set to never only appears if you have set a password.

    So you have to remove autologin first or set a password if local account, then the require signin box appears, you can set to never, and then revert to autologin.
    I confirm. I solved it by setting a password to my local account.



    Thank you
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