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The first method is relatively simple you only need to click 'Start|Run' and type 'control userpasswords2' in the input box.

Then cancel the clearing in the 'User Account' management window 'To use this machine the user must enter a password' and check the selected state. (Unchecked state)

Then press the keyboard\u0026ldquo;Ctrl+Shift+A\u0026rdquo;

You will get a\u0026ldquo;Automatic login\u0026rdquo; setting dialog box you You can set the user account and password for the system to automatically log in when the computer starts up according to your needs.

The other method is more complicated but it can help you fully grasp the setting method of Windows 2003 automatic login.

  First click on \u0026ldquo;Start|Run\u0026rdquo; type \u0026ldquo;regedit\u0026rdquo; in the input box to open the Registry Editor and then in the left console of the Registry Editor click to expand \u0026ldquo;HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE /SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows NT/Current Version/Winlogon\u0026rdquo; and then select \u0026ldquo;Edit|Add|String Value\u0026rdquo; type \u0026ldquo;AutoAdminLogon\u0026rdquo; in the value name and then click on the blank position in the window and then Double-click the newly created string \u0026ldquo;AutoAdminLogon\u0026rdquo; enter \u0026ldquo;1\u0026rdquo; in the pop-up \u0026ldquo;Edit String\u0026rdquo; dialog box to set the system to allow automatic login. Repeat the above operation again to create a string value named 'DefaultUserName' and edit the string to prepare the account name for you to automatically log in.

Then create a new string value named \u0026ldquo;Defaultpassword\u0026rdquo; and edit the string to prepare the user account password for you to automatically log in. After editing and checking close the registry editor And restart the computer to automatically log in. Note that if there is already a 'DefaultUserName' you can directly change the original string value without recreating it. If your system is working in a local area network and you need to log in to the domain server when logging in to the system you need to add another 'DefaultDomainName' and edit the string to be the domain name you log in.

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