User Logon


R

R T

Until yesterday, I didn't have to logon. Boot up proceeded direct from
"Welcome" to desktop. Now, I have to click my ID logo (am sole user). In
Control Panel==>user accounts, there is a new one: "ASP.NET " - Limited
account, password protected. It was apparently installed at time of
installing a program that required Microsoft .net framework. How can I get
a bootup without logon screen appearing?
 
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Malke

R said:
Until yesterday, I didn't have to logon. Boot up proceeded direct from
"Welcome" to desktop. Now, I have to click my ID logo (am sole user). In
Control Panel==>user accounts, there is a new one: "ASP.NET " - Limited
account, password protected. It was apparently installed at time of
installing a program that required Microsoft .net framework. How can I get
a bootup without logon screen appearing?

What is the .ASP NET account -
http://www.mvps.org/marksxp/WindowsXP/aspdot.php

Usually you can get rid of this extra logon by going to Windows Update
and applying the updates for .Net 1.1. This takes care of the issue.

Otherwise, see:

Configure Windows to Automatically Login (MVP Ramesh) -
http://windowsxp.mvps.org/Autologon.htm


Malke
 
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R

R T

Many thanks, Malke, am working on it now.

RobF


|R T wrote:
| > Until yesterday, I didn't have to logon. Boot up proceeded direct from
| > "Welcome" to desktop. Now, I have to click my ID logo (am sole user). In
| > Control Panel==>user accounts, there is a new one: "ASP.NET " - Limited
| > account, password protected. It was apparently installed at time of
| > installing a program that required Microsoft .net framework. How can I
get
| > a bootup without logon screen appearing?
| >
|
| What is the .ASP NET account -
| http://www.mvps.org/marksxp/WindowsXP/aspdot.php
|
| Usually you can get rid of this extra logon by going to Windows Update
| and applying the updates for .Net 1.1. This takes care of the issue.
|
| Otherwise, see:
|
| Configure Windows to Automatically Login (MVP Ramesh) -
| http://windowsxp.mvps.org/Autologon.htm
|
|
| Malke
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| Elephant Boy Computers
| www.elephantboycomputers.com
| "Don't Panic!"
| MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User
 

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