For those of you with the base Windows NT users, has become a necessity for entering user data in the menu "Logon" under the "User Name" and "Password". This data is included so you can get into windows. In addition, this allows the computer is not used by just anyone. But if your computer is only used by your own, the menu will look useless. You can not leave the computer to exit the menu.
In the trick this time, will be shown how to remove the menu, so you can get into the Windows system automatically, like previous Windows versions. You must change the registry on a Windows XP system, in 2000, as well as other NT versions. First, open the registry editor program by typing "Regedit" from the menu "Start | Run". If already open, go in the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion \Winlogon
". In the right pane, double-click on the "DefaultDomainName" and make sure in the "Value" is listed the name "Domain" you so far. Make sure all the "DefaultUserName" also has listed "UserName" you are as long as you fill in the "UserName" in the menu "Logon".
The next step you create a "String Value" with new right-click an empty section, select 'New | String Value. " Give the name of "AutoAdminLogon", then double click the "String Value" new, and fill it with "1" in the "Value". Click OK to return. Next create a new string value named "DefaultPassword". Double click, and fill in the "Value" with the password that you used to do this during the logon process, and then click OK. You close the registry editor program, then you restart your Windows system to see the work that you have created earlier.