|22 Nov 2011||#1|
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Strange windows behavior. experts please!
please sit well on your chair:
IN LOGON SCREEN, WINDOWS TYPES USERNAME & PASSWORD AND ENTERS ONE OF 2 ACCOUNTS AUTOMATICALLY !!!
It started since i installed CyberCaf'e Pro client and remobed it
What is CyberCaf'e Pro?
When you enter cybercaf'e for computer use -
There is this "master" computer which the receptionist is sitting at, and a bunch of "user" computers (for customers). The user computers are normally locked - kinda like screensaver and no user input allowed. The only way to use them is to activate them via the master computer. So when you go to the cybercafe and tell the receptionist you want to use a PC, she uses the master pc to unlock one of the user PCs for your use. The user pc, on purpose, automatically enters to the account it is installed on, to prevent you using other accounts When your time is up, you go to pay and leave, and the receptionist re-locks the computer.
although i removed the client, restart follows me straight to the account which CyberCaf'e Pro client was installed on. When i changed the account password - i get password mismach. Something still types username & password.
How can i roll back? system restore, unfortunately, was disabled in installation
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|23 Nov 2011||#4|
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Have you tried changing your password again? Are you sure it's completely uninstalled? Make sure CyberCafe Pro is no longer in the Program Files folder, CyberCafe Pro EXEs are not running in Task Manager (taskmgr.exe), CyberCafe Pro services are not running and are not in your Services (services.msc) list and CyberCafe Pro must not be included in your startup (boot) list (msconfig.msc).
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