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Classic Auto Login v1.0.0.0
Classic Auto Login v1.0.0.0 Microsoft changed the setup option of automatic login from version 2004 of Windows 10, for security reasons. The operating system can still log in automatically, but the setup interface is usually not available. Classic Auto Login offers an alternative means of setting up auto login. Classic Auto Login is the software implementation of a method recommended and documented by Microsoft. The documentation mentioned on this page is available in several languages. There is only one advantage of operating system level auto login, namely convenience. In all other respects, it raises serious issues due to security reasons. The issues can be divided into two groups: 1) All the data and software that are available on the computer can be accessed, run, edited, deleted by practically anyone who has physical access to the computer. 2) The password of auto login is stored in the Registry in an unencrypted text format, so you can obtain the password knowing the required method. Microsoft has officially made available a similar software (Autologon), which stores the password in an encrypted format at another place in the Registry. Despite the encryption, this method unfortunately provides no additional security compared to Classic Auto Login, as point one above is also fulfilled by this software. So the current user of the computer can find out the password if he/she uses the appropriate method. The issues described so far are also present during the configuration by netplwiz, which is available as part of the operating system. The password stored by netplwiz can be retrieved in the same way as in case of Autologon. So using auto login is not recommended in most cases. Its use is only justified in case of computers exclusively used for gaming and/or media consumption. There are some other special cases where automatic ...
5/5 615 Jan 23, 2020
WinTools
Run as Service v1.0.0.0
Run as Service v1.0.0.0 RunAsService is a command line tool that allows you to setup a regular console application to run as a service. Below you will find descriptions and examples of how to do this. This tool requires that .NET Framework 2.0 be already installed on your computer. If you do not have .NET Framework 2.0 this tool will display a message and not run. You probably already have the .NET Framework 2.0 but if you don't you can download it here: Microsoft Download Center IMPORTANT: Any services you install using this tool will require that this tool remain on that computer in the same location in order for those services to continue functioning. Therefore before installing any services you should make sure this tool is somewhere where it can remain permanently. If you do end up moving this tool use the 'fixservices' action to fix the existing services. (details on how to use 'fixservices' can be found below) RunAsService Typing just the name of the tool without specifying any parameters. Or specifying incorrect paramters will bring you to the help screen. RunAsService install [Name] [Display Name] PathToExecutable Name The name of the service, if none is specified the name will default to the name of the executable. You might choose to give it a different name than the executable to keep some kind of existing convention, make it friendlier or make it easier to use commands like 'net start' and 'net stop' Display Name ...
5/5 1,888 Nov 15, 2019
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