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Major logon problem with windows XP

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by mikkojun, Jun 28, 2007.

  1. mikkojun

    mikkojun Member

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    I've got WIN XP pro OS, and have big logon problem what pisses me off.

    When I installed this OS, I marked 'Mikko' as only user with administrator priviledges for this computer (I've never added different users for this computer).

    Now windows boots up directly to windows (without welcome screen etc.)and it automatically select 'administrator' account even it should boot up directly to 'mikko' account.

    Windows theme and all setups are defaults with 'administrator'-username when windows boots up (without my installed programs, menu's are different etc).

    So, after windows has booted up, i have to choose log-off and manually select 'mikko' username every time from welcome screen.

    SO MY QUESTION IS FOLLOWING:
    HOW CAN I CONFIGURE MY WINDOWS SO THAT WINDOWS BOOTS UP DIRECTLY WITHOUT WELCOME SCREEN ETC USING 'MIKKO' ACCOUNT? HELP ME COMPUTER GURUS!

    br,
    MIKKO
     
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    This worked. Thanks a lot!
     

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