|16 Jun 2010||#3|
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Best solution is 3rd party application here: Autologon
I would say the characteristics for the login would be in the Registry under winlogon. I would not mess with this though if you are not familiar with it and if you do mess with it, create a registry backup and a restore point. For the delay though, I dont know if there is a key for it.
Edit: site linked says registry location is: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
You could alternatively, write a .bat file to count out 1-2minutes and then proceed with startup. you would put .bat file in Startup so it loads during startup. I dont know what the programming would be for such a batch file though. <This would be very technical. I would not advise if 3rd party app fixes issue.
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