I had a couple of instances on customer computers where the win 2000 logon hijacked the computer and it wouldn't let you switch back to auto logon. somehow client services for Netware got installed and was the culprit behind it. then nobody could find it in the add remove programs because it was hiding in network connection properties.
Maybe somebody were spying on them. I dunno.
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im gonna try the powertoys but not only did the useraccount2 not work because its windows xp home, but the second one did absolutely nothing (it installed, but just didnt do anything to fix the problem).
no it specifically says it wont...tells me to use the thing thats already in the user passwords control item. but i fixed it with that autologin registry key (one of the first posts). im sure i didnt actually "fix" it, but i just changed the default name to matthew and it auto logs in.