Configure Windows 10 Auto Login
In my previous post I've covered how to enable automatic login in Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, by using the command netplwiz or control userpasswords2.However, that option is disabled when your computer is joined to a domain. Fortunately, you can still set up Windows to auto login to your domain account using a registry trick.
I n standalone computer which does not join any Active Directory (AD) or Windows NT domain as a member, user can configure in such as way that operating system auto login to console or desktop area after booting up (see how to make Windows XP automatic login and enable automatic log on in Windows).
Here is how to configure Windows 10 to sign in automatically with your user account using the built-in netplwiz Control Panel applet and Registry. This entry was posted in Windows 10 and tagged Windows 10 auto login, Windows 10 login screen, Windows 10 password, Windows 10 sign-in
For Windows 10 auto login or Windows 8 auto login, if you're using a Microsoft account, be sure to enter the entire email address that you use to sign into Windows with, in the User name field. The defaults there might instead be the name associated with your account, not your actual username.
Autologon enables you to easily configure Windows' built-in autologon mechanism. Instead of waiting for a user to enter their name and password, Windows uses the credentials you enter with Autologon, which are encrypted in the Registry, to log on the specified user automatically. Autologon is easy enough to use. Just run autologon.exe, fill
The logon scree is different now than in the past. You now see the user listed twice the first login is so they can sign in with email and pin or their micorsoft account and the second user is the domain user login. Has these changes made to the login for windows 10 affected the auto logon features and are there additional steps that are required.