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Auto-Login Into Windows Locked Account

J

John Eckart

#1
I don't know if this is possible, but when I boot my computer, I want it to
automatically log in to my password protected account, but it be locked at
the same time. So if/when I enter my password, all of my programs are
already running. I know I can use the netplwiz command, and this will log in
to my user account but the computer will be unlocked.

The reason I need this is not only do I need my computer secure, but if the
computer rebooted for whatever reason, my programs will continue to run.
 

My Computer

G

Guest

#2
The following command in a batch file or shortcut will lock your workstation

rundll32 user32,LockWorkStation

Note: Case is important
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"John Eckart" <JEckart@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:%23Lkxcy6$KHA.4388@newsgroup

>I don't know if this is possible, but when I boot my computer, I want it to
>automatically log in to my password protected account, but it be locked at
>the same time. So if/when I enter my password, all of my programs are
>already running. I know I can use the netplwiz command, and this will log
>in to my user account but the computer will be unlocked.
>
> The reason I need this is not only do I need my computer secure, but if
> the computer rebooted for whatever reason, my programs will continue to
> run.
 

My Computer

J

John Eckart

#3
Thank you very much! This works great.

Thank you.

<.> wrote in message news:eOchK97$KHA.1448@newsgroup

> The following command in a batch file or shortcut will lock your
> workstation
>
> rundll32 user32,LockWorkStation
>
> Note: Case is important
> --
> .
> --
> "John Eckart" <JEckart@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:%23Lkxcy6$KHA.4388@newsgroup

>>I don't know if this is possible, but when I boot my computer, I want it
>>to automatically log in to my password protected account, but it be locked
>>at the same time. So if/when I enter my password, all of my programs are
>>already running. I know I can use the netplwiz command, and this will log
>>in to my user account but the computer will be unlocked.
>>
>> The reason I need this is not only do I need my computer secure, but if
>> the computer rebooted for whatever reason, my programs will continue to
>> run.
>
 

My Computer

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