>Jeff Woods wrote:
>> I'm not running it as a service at ALL -- just as a desktop app from the
>> startup group, with an "AutoAdminLogon" in the registry to bypass the
>> "Press Ctrl-Alt-Delete to logon" prompt.
>Where in the registry do you put AutoAdminLogon?
The following is NOT secure, and could compromise the security of your NT
server. It does store your account password in the CLEAR in the registry,
so do NOT use this to log on an Administrator-class account!
AutoAdminLogon is REG_SZ: 1
DefaultPassword is REG_SZ: Whatever
DefaultUserName is REG_SZ: Whatever
If these three values are set, DefaultUserName will be logged on, and the
programs in that account profile's startup group will be started. I am NOT
sure if this works on NT 4.0, but know it works on NT 3.51. Use Alta
Vista to find more info on it.