I was trying to find something that would allow me to autologin a particular user a specified number of times on a computer. We give tests on lab machines and the proctor must reboot the lab and log in each machine separately. Searching led me everywhere and nothing was really what I wanted till I happen to run across this. I'm now able to use this in conjunction with PSexec to log the computers in.
Just thought I would pass this along since I've seen post asking about this.
Apparantly I'm unable to post URLs so I'll just say to search "Secure Autologon" on sourceforge.
Yes, this is the correct link. Thank you.
Out of interest how does it work? can it be setup for for example so that on thursday and 10am it will autologin all the computers name a1-1, a1-2 etc?
Or is it a perm solution?
As i Tend to find it is needed in schools say once a year for during exam periods not 100% of the time.
It is a standalone CMD line executable... In my situation, they inform me they are giving a test. So I use the below 2 commands to set the autologon and then reboot the computers.
Given this, I would think that it could be setup in a script along with a reboot command to run at a scheduled time.
I will say that I tried running it on a network share and it did not work so the exe file will have to be on the computer. This wasn't a problem for me, just copied it to the System32
1st command - psexec @TXTFILE autologon DOMAIN\USERNAME PASSWORD 1 /disableCAD /forceautologon
2nd command - psexec @TXTFILE shutdown -r -f -t 00
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