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    i installed TweakUI and i set it to autolog on as Tom and when i restart it starts in Admin.

    what am i doing wrong?

    thanx, Tom

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    if you select the right login for TweakUI it shouldn't be a problem.

    If you are running WinXP you can also do the same thing by typing "control userpasswords2" into Run. Then uncheck the first box ( I think it says something like 'users must enter username and password...' ), but make sure you have the right User slected before unchecking the box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minibubba
    if you select the right login for TweakUI it shouldn't be a problem.

    If you are running WinXP you can also do the same thing by typing "control userpasswords2" into Run. Then uncheck the first box ( I think it says something like 'users must enter username and password...' ), but make sure you have the right User slected before unchecking the box.

    :cheers:
    undet the tweakUI program i click the logon + then i select auto logon and i put Tom in the box. when i restart mycomputer it restarts in Tom but if i restart it again it goes back to admin

    i tried ur passowrd2 thing and im gonna see if that works. but even if it does work....i still dont get y the tweak ui isnt working....whats the point of evne having the program then?

    Tom

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    it has loads of other useful tweaks that are not as easily done otherwise. I've never had a problem with it getting the right logon before, but I also havn't used TweakUI to set the auto-login in some time.

    *Did you download the right version? there is a different version for each Windows OS. If you don't use the right one, it can cause some problems.

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/showthre...threadid=12021
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