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The idea is simple - and dangerous. XP will allow users automatic logon if their logon name, domain, and password are all stored locally in the machine Registry.
The catch is that all these fields are stored unencrypted - meaning anyone can peek in there and see what your password is - and then it's time to welcome the trojans.
But if you are sure your machine is secure, this can be a real time-saver.
For real power, for complete control over your XP logon, try X-logon, which gives you access to all sixteen XP logon settings.
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