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Old April 5th 10, 08:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
John Lane
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I have set up multiple ids on XP. I log in as user1, and if I have no
activity (ie., no keyboard action, or move the mouse, etc.) the system will
display the login form. How do I keep it from re-displaying that form, or is
it really logging me out? Thanks.
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Old April 5th 10, 08:19 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
nass
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"John Lane" wrote:

I have set up multiple ids on XP. I log in as user1, and if I have no
activity (ie., no keyboard action, or move the mouse, etc.) the system will
display the login form. How do I keep it from re-displaying that form, or is
it really logging me out? Thanks.



Hi John,
If I understood you right you want to disable the welcome on resume from
appearing and prompting you to enter the password or switch User!

Right click an empty area on the Desktop and select Properties from the drop
down list.

On the Display window click on Screen Saver Tab and uncheck this check box:
[ ] On Resume, Display the welcome Screen

Click [Apply ] then click [OK] and your way out.

Does it help your issue?
HTH
nass
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