Tired of logging into Windows Vista every time you boot up your computer? This guide shows you how to use the netplwiz command to make Windows Vista automatically log you in when your computer boots up.
The NETPLWIZ Command
In Windows XP you could use the control userpasswords2 command to make Windows XP automatically log you into your computer when Windows XP booted up.
In Windows Vista you use the netplwiz command to automatically login a user when Windows Vista boots up.
To use the netplwiz command click the Start button, type netplwiz in the search box, then press enter.
Uncheck Users should enter a username and password to use this computer, and then press OK.
Type the username and password for the user you want to automatically logon to Windows Vista when it boots up and press OK when you’re done.
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