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    Scheduled auto login for Windows 7

    Hello. Could anyone recommend either; software which would help me achieve this, or a script that would do the same?

    I need to schedule an automatic login for a specific user, at 2 specific times during each day. I thought my prayers had been answered when I came across LoginExpert...until I realised it was a trial.

    Any feedback appreciated. Many thanks.

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    You could have a script that adds the registry entries in.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\windows nt\winlogon
    I think .
    Try control userpasswords2 at the run command to set the reg
    entries in. You would then need it to reboot to do the autologin. Then upon system shutdown or log off the auto login registry key needs deleting.

    Make sure you test. A scheduled task will need to run as an administrator account with highest privileges.
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