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  1. A MUCH easier solution is to use the built-in utility netplwiz. Enter this name in the Search box, right-click on the file name found, then click on “run as administrator”. By unchecking the box ‘require user to enter password at signin’ and entering your password, Windows “remembers” your password and “enters” it automatically at sign-in. No 3rd- party software and no registry editing. Note: Windows Update sometimes disables the auto-login feature, so you may have to run the netplwiz utility, again.

    • Fastest way to open the utility netplwiz is run the following command (without the quotes) in the Run dialog:
      “control userpasswords2”

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