logging in automatically after logout


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Tom Hall

I'm trying this again because I simply can't believe how a reasonable
request for help could be met with such vilification and disdain. I've
found a number of cases where people have reported that some application
icons are missing from the system tray, and simply logging off and on again
resolves the issue. I merely wanted to find out if there was a way to force
Windows to log the user back in after a simple logout.

What is your problem, people?

Tom
 
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Tom Hall

I'm trying this again because I simply can't believe how a reasonable
request for help could be met with such vilification and disdain. I've
found a number of cases where people have reported that some application
icons are missing from the system tray, and simply logging off and on again
resolves the issue. I merely wanted to find out if there was a way to force
Windows to log the user back in after a simple logout.
Tom
 
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VanguardLH

Tom said:
I'm trying this again because I simply can't believe how a reasonable
request for help could be met with such vilification and disdain. I've
found a number of cases where people have reported that some application
icons are missing from the system tray, and simply logging off and on again
resolves the issue. I merely wanted to find out if there was a way to force
Windows to log the user back in after a simple logout.
See my reply and others to your prior same request.
What is your problem, people?
That you have too thin skinned an ego to use Usenet. This is an
anarchy, not a moderated forum. You'll get ALL types posting here.
That includes malcontents, peuriles, trolls, inane children (regardless
of age) along with those willing to help (whether they have the
expertise or not). Usenet means getting variable quality peer help.
Usenet is one class composed of kindergarteners up to college grad
personalities.

So one bad responder qualifies all the rest of Usenetizens as bad, huh?
It took only one profane respondent to upset you? If you want warm
fuzzy protected discussions, go to well-moderated web-based forums.
Usenet isn't for the timid.

So just how is starting a whole new thread about the same topic within a
span of just 4 hours going to cleanup Usenet so you don't get negative
responses ever again?
 
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Stan Brown

I'm trying this again because I simply can't believe how a reasonable
request for help could be met with such vilification and disdain. I've
found a number of cases where people have reported that some application
icons are missing from the system tray, and simply logging off and on again
resolves the issue. I merely wanted to find out if there was a way to force
Windows to log the user back in after a simple logout.

What is your problem, people?
What is yours?

Read Vanguard's reply, then read it again.

And in future don't post the same query three damn times.
 
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Ken Blake

What is yours?

Read Vanguard's reply, then read it again.

And in future don't post the same query three damn times.

And (to Tom, not you, Stan) remember that nobody here owes you an
answer. Most of us like to help people when we can, but nobody knows
the answers to all questions. And act like a jerk, as you sound like
with "What is your problem, people?" and you will find that many of us
will killfile you, and you will get *fewer* answers, not more.
 
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Stan Brown

And (to Tom, not you, Stan) remember that nobody here owes you an
answer. Most of us like to help people when we can, but nobody knows
the answers to all questions. And act like a jerk, as you sound like
with "What is your problem, people?" and you will find that many of us
will killfile you, and you will get *fewer* answers, not more.
+1

I took the trouble to write him not one but two useful answers, but
when I saw his tantrum I was sorry I had bothered.
 
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