Thursday, March 10, 2011

Bypass the Windows User Name & Password

How to Bypass the Windows User Name & Password?

Having the ability to bypass unnecessary prompts can save you time. For example, if you are the sole user of a computer, you may not wish to see user name and password prompts every time you start Windows or reboot your system. By making a small change to your user account settings, you can remove this prompt and log on to the system automatically.

1). Press the "Windows" key and "R" simultaneously to open the "Run" window.

2). Type "Netipcl.exe" and press "Enter." Windows will display a pop-up window. This window asks for permission to continue. Click "Continue." The "User Accounts" window will open. This is the window where you manage user accounts. You will see a list of user names in the "User Name" column.

3). Locate the user name that you wish to log on to automatically. Click that name to highlight it.

4). Locate the check box named "Users Must Enter a User Name and Password to Use This Computer." Remove the check mark from that box and click "OK." A pop-up window will prompt you for that user's password. Enter that password in the two text boxes and click "OK."

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