Sunday, 14 December, 2008

Automatically logon to Windows Xp

Automatically logon to Windows XP It is useful when you want to share files with other computers. Others need to know your account name and password that they must put it in when they want to download files or access to your computer. You should not give your password to others anyway that will make your computer unprivate. However, this computer tip teaches you to logon to Windows XP automatically without filling in your account name and your secret password. This is also available for others who want to access to your computer to get files and documents, they do not have to fill in your password too. Therefore this tip benefits you to conceal your Windows logon password without depending upon any software. Take the easiest way by Windows Registry. Let do it now !Get into Registry Editor by running regedit.Find the path,HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\WinlogonRight click on the Winlogon folder and select New > String Value .Name it DefaultUserName.Double click on the DefaultUserName key that you have just created it.In the Edit String window, change the Value data to your account name then click OK button.Again right click on the Winlogon folder and select New > String Value .Name String Value DefaultPassword.Double click on the DefaultPassword key.Now fill your Windows logon password in Value data and then click OK.Again right click on the Winlogon folder and choose New > String Value .Type DefaultDomainName for naming your new registry key.Double click on DefaultDomainName and fill the domain of your computer then click OK.Again right click on the Winlogon folder and choose New > String Value .Name the new key AutoAdminLogon.Double click on the AutoAdminLogon registry key.In the Edit String window of the AutoAdminLogon registry key, change Value data to 1 and then click OK.Finish Label: Auto DELETE temporary folder ? what we used to prefer is, type "%temp% " {without quotes} in Start -> Run.This opens your temporary folder and then you can erase it easily, but still try dis one too..First go into gpedit.mscNext select -> Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Terminal Services/Temporary Folder Then right click "Do Not Delete Temp Folder Upon Exit"Go to properties and hit disable. Now next time Windows puts a temp file in that folder it will automatically delete it when its done! Note : Remember, GPEDIT (Group Policy Editor) is only available in XP Pro.

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