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Thread: set autologon delay




  1. #1
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    Hi!
    Anyone knows how to set an autolog delay in NT/W2K/XP ?
    is there a dword to add?
    thx,
    harry

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    What do you mean by delay? But anyway if you just mean automatic login then this should help you somewhat. But there is another thread about this same exact thing.

    http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/13/

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    with delay I meant: not to log on automatically at the moment this autologon is processed during the logon, but to wait 2 or 3 seconds before proceding.

    (why I'm asking this? because we configured the autologon for a public machine, but then VirusScan causes a Dr. Watson. Network Associates means that this fast autologon process is the reason for that. That's why I'd like to try it out and configure a small delay)

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    ohhhh I don't know even think that is possible unless you went to the extent to have a huge program load up in the background to slow down the boot time.

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    I solved it with a netstart batch file
    thanks anyway :smokin:

  6. Default Re: set autologon delay

    Quote Originally Posted by hterwint
    I solved it with a netstart batch file
    Would you mind posting the details on how you solved it?

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by NewKreation; 12-17-2004 at 04:59 AM. Reason: Subscribe

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    Default Re: set autologon delay

    This thread was posted in 2002 and the guy had 3 posts then so I doubt he will be posting here.

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