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    Kicked back to Ctrl Alt Del Screen

    I am having a weird problem with our machines, does it on all machines with Windows 7 on, when i log on i press crtl alt del put my username and password in, it starts to log me in says logging on and then kicks me to the ctrl alt del screen, i can then retype my username and password and it logs me in as normal.
    I am not sure if the power saving is causing an issue all i can tell is the screen turns off after 10 mins and the pc goes to sleep at 30 which is the standard i think.

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    We had this very same problem, try changing the Power Option "Require a password on wakeup" to "No". This seems to fix the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winner View Post
    We had this very same problem, try changing the Power Option "Require a password on wakeup" to "No". This seems to fix the issue.
    Thanks i will try that, where about is that, and can it be set by group policy.

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    Have this problem also, its only when a machine wakes up from sleep, and went to sleep / hibernate at the logon screen (no previous user live).

    Accepts user and pw then puts back to CTRL ALT DEL screen.

    Simon

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    This is a known problem with KB977074. A hotfix will be available in October 2010. In the meantime we found that the best solution was to uninstall this update.

    Simon

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    Cheers Spy!
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