Windows 10: Have to log in twice?

  1.    15 Nov 2017 #1

    Have to log in twice?


    Hi

    I had an update the other night and before the update my system was fine then after I have had a series of issues most of which I remedied yesterday but I noticed another item this morning and sort of noticed it yesterday.

    When I turn on my computer I get to my log in screen and I enter my password and before the update I would go straight to my desktop.

    Now though I sign in and rather then it going to my desktop it looks like it will load in and then the welcome message disappears and goes no where unless I hit enter again and reenter my password a second time and then it logs in right away.

    Anyone else experiencing this and any ideas if this will be fixed in another update as it's rather annoying!
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       15 Nov 2017 #2

    Have a look at this thread.
    Go to page 2. Member TestAccount01 has provided a "workaround that works.
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  3.    15 Nov 2017 #3

    davidhk said: View Post
    Have a look at this thread.
    Go to page 2. Member TestAccount01 has provided a "workaround that works.
    Ok Thanks I just turned it off will check next time I log in if it worked or not
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       15 Nov 2017 #4

    Dave1776 said: View Post
    Ok Thanks I just turned it off will check next time I log in if it worked or not
    I am confident that it will also work for you.
    It does for me.
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  5.    15 Nov 2017 #5

    davidhk said: View Post
    I am confident that it will also work for you.
    It does for me.
    Just on the of chance this update is giving you other headaches check out this thread I did yesterday as I had a number of issues and found work arounds for them all.

    Update forcing proxies Solved - Windows 10 Forums

    Seems this update was not properly tested out!
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