Logon When Returning from Sleep


J

Jack Gillis

When my HP Pavilion returns from Sleep it shows the logon screen with me the
only user. Is there a way to make in bypass this step and go immediately to
the desktop?

Thank you.
 
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Dennis Pack

Jack:
Go to Control Panel - System Security - Power Options - Require a
password when the computer wakes. Have a great day.
--
Dennis Pack
Win-7 Enterprise x64, Win-7 Professional x64.
Jack Gillis said:
When my HP Pavilion returns from Sleep it shows the logon screen with me
the only user. Is there a way to make in bypass this step and go
immediately to the desktop?

Thank you.

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signature database 4824 (20100201) __________

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C

c.d.

Dennis Pack said:
Jack:
Go to Control Panel - System Security - Power Options - Require a
password when the computer wakes. Have a great day.
no
 
L

Lord Vetinari

Isn't this fun? It kinda reminds me of how it is when going to a grocery
store. One day, things are in one place, a week later, they've rearranged
everthing. Soooooo tiresome.
Ahem. You're either ignorant and annoying, or an ass. Which is it? Could
be both, I suppose.

The correct answer had already been posted, so what's your problem? When
you don't have even the fainest clue as to what the answer is to a question
(that wasn't specifically aimed at you), you needn't make an ass of
yourself, by pretending to know something. It's NOT helpful.
 
R

Roy Smith

When my HP Pavilion returns from Sleep it shows the logon screen with me
the only user. Is there a way to make in bypass this step and go
immediately to the desktop?
Simple... go to Control Panel - Hardware and Sound - Power Options.
Then on the left side click on the line that says "Require a password on
wakeup".

--

Roy Smith
Windows 7 Home Premium

Timestamp: Monday, February 01, 2010 5:44:41 PM
 
R

Roy Smith

What do you mean no? It's still a valid path to get to the same place
where the setting needs to be changed.

--

Roy Smith
Windows 7 Home Premium

Timestamp: Monday, February 01, 2010 5:46:43 PM
 
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Bill Yanaire, ESQ

Lord Vetinari said:
Isn't this fun? It kinda reminds me of how it is when going to a grocery
store. One day, things are in one place, a week later, they've rearranged
everthing. Soooooo tiresome.
So are you saying that you can't handle change? Do you start shaking and
throwing tantrums? Better seek psychiatric help immediately.
 
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Jack Gillis

Dennis Pack said:
Jack:
Go to Control Panel - System Security - Power Options - Require a
password when the computer wakes. Have a great day.
--
Dennis Pack
Win-7 Enterprise x64, Win-7 Professional x64.



__________ Information from ESET NOD32 Antivirus, version of virus
signature database 4824 (20100201) __________

The message was checked by ESET NOD32 Antivirus.

http://www.eset.com
Thank you very much, Dennis
 

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