What do I have to do to fix this?. I am using windows 10 1809, I have chage the registry and local security policy like this link. Registry Editor stores the password and username on a plain text. That is, only if you have your screen saver set to require a password, but if the screensaver doesn't require a password, then you can set the display lock to never require a password. Us old timers are not up to all the razzle-dazzle in what I have found in my wanting to get rid of this awful time consuming and annoying time it takes to just start the computer working on 10.
. Is there a way or an hack of some sort do disable the password request and return back directly from the lockscreen to the desktop? What exactly does this setting do? Â Something you will get aware of when you try to enable it. A setting of 0 characters should enable setting a blank password. Microsoft has no right to change something as fundamental as how one logs in without explicitly asking or not at all! The amount of time that you can choose to delay will also be limited by the amount of time you have set before your screensaver kicks in. It is disabled for security reasons. I have since duplicated the problem with Windows 10 and have tried every workaround mentioned on the Web, to no avail. If you try to enable an account that has no password you will get this: You could test your environment with this code-sample and review the output.
From my own research, it appears that this will cause the account to function in one of two ways either A no password is required when the account is created and it will ignore password policies and always be able to be set to nothing or B no password is required when the account is created but if the password is changed it must still follow password policies. We have a Win 8. From reading the web responses to this question, most folks want to remove this requirement from Windows 8. One way the operating system protects your device from unauthorized access is by keeping it locked on certain events, including when waking up from sleep. The computer turns off the display at 1 min and if I wake it up it doesn't require a password.
It was working fine until now. Well then there's a change you might have accounts in your domain that are allowed blank passwords or even worse have accounts with blank passwords! Never had this problem with 7…wish I still had it. You can follow one of the methods given below to turn on automatic login in Windows 10. Especially watching web conferences through the browser that don't disable the display timeout. Also, dells recommendation to reimage the machine is a solution that is more than likely to work.
How to skip password prompt after sleep using Group Policy While the Settings app makes it super easy to change whether or not to skip entering the password when waking up your computer, if you use a laptop, you only get one option. If you start Windows you will be prompted to enter a login password for log in. Please start the Windows cmd in administrative mode, enter the command control userpasswords2 select the user for Autologin! If you go to Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Local Security Policy - Security Settings - Account Policies - Password Policy, what is the value of Minimum password length? I have the same problem but I can't figure it out. Although entering a password to unlock your device after resuming from sleep can keep things more secure, if you use your computer at home, and you're the only person using it, a password prompt at wake up can simply be an inconvenient extra step unless you have something to hide. Once you have done this, you are free from login each time while opening your laptop.
In terms of who asked for it. It turns out that you can combine the two methods. Click on that to open a screensaver settings dialog. You could raise this issue in the Windows 10 feedback channel. When you turn on the computer, it will automatically log in to that account using the password you enter. The only other thing I can suggest is, create a photo screensaver with your desired image, then turn off screensaver settings. If you are referring to the password on the login screen for a local account, you can follow the steps: a.
From what I could tell, it seems like the option disappears if you don't have that set. I have 3 of them in an Employee Center and I'd like to have them just click on this and login. If this will negatively impact your system, I would recommend to just create a new user account with no password. Upon changing the password, the new password will be validated against the effective Password Policy. You can contact and post the same query on that forum. This problem is real, and I've reproduced it on several machines, had friends encounter the same problem, and I've found several reports of other users with the same issue, but no solution.
In Windows 7 and Vista, I just go to Network and Sharing Center, enable file and printer sharing, disable password protected sharing, and it all works. The password box takes forever to show up and it just started after I installed a new keyboard from alienware its a pro gaming keyboard. This allows you to protect your computers from no password access. Now you will be presented with a dialog box which will prompt you to enter password. Please reply us with the status of this issue. Are you logged in with an account in the Administrators group when you attempt this? The Personalisation says None under Screen Saver and the checkbox in settings is cleared. This should open User Accounts box which will display a list of all users on the computer.