1. Automatically log in to the system
Windows Server 2003 requires you to press \u0026ldquo;Ctrl+Alt+Del\u0026rdquo; Three keys then enter the user name and password to log in. For individual users this setting is troublesome. We can achieve automatic and fast login through the following methods:
click \u0026ldquo;start\u0026rarr;run\u0026rdquo; enter regedit open the registry editor Expand the \u0026ldquo;HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\Software\\Microsoft\\WindowsNT\\CurrentVersion\\Winlogon\u0026rdquo; subkey in sequence. Right-click on the blank space of the right window select the 'New\u0026rarr; String Value' command in the pop-up menu name it AutoAdminLogon and then double-click it and the 'Edit String' dialog box will pop up in the \u0026ldquo; ;Numerical data\u0026rdquo; type 1 in the input box create a new string value named DefaultPassword in the same way set the value of this item as the super administrator password and exit the registry editor. After starting Windows Server 2003 it will automatically log in to the desktop as an administrator saving you the trouble of entering a user name and password every time you start it.
Note: If you want to temporarily cancel the automatic login or need to log in with another user name just hold down the Shift key during startup.
Second turn off the system event tracking program
Windows Server 2003 added a new feature of shutdown event tracking every time you shut down you must ask the reason for the shutdown The reason for server shutdown is recorded in detail for future troubleshooting. This is a necessary choice for the server but it is not very useful for individual users but it causes trouble so we can ban it.
Click \u0026ldquo;Start\u0026rarr;Run\u0026rdquo; enter gpedit.msc and open the Group Policy Editor. In the left window select \u0026ldquo;Computer Configuration\u0026rarr;Administrative Template\u0026rarr;System\u0026rdquo; in the right window double-click \u0026ldquo;Show Close Event Tracker\u0026rdquo; select \u0026ldquo;Disabled\u0026rdquo; in the dialog box that appears and then click\u0026ldquo ;OK\u0026rdquo;Save and exit. After shutting down and restarting the annoying dialog box will no longer pop up.?Description of Windows 2003 blue screen problem