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Topic Title: autologon through the windows server 2008
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Created On: 05/25/2015 06:52 AM
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 05/25/2015 06:52 AM
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ElpidioDiniz
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After upgrading the operating system for Windows Server 2008 , the routine that we used is already failing to perform logon on the server.

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 05/26/2015 09:44 AM
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Mary Manzano
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Elpidio,

 

Make sure you have an assign user on the task Log On properties or if it’s using the default user make sure the user is set up correctly and the SAS box is selected.



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Log On proprerties - Ok!

 - When workstation is logged on: Logged on user

 - When workstation is logged off: Logon specified user (defined below)

 - When workstation is locked: Unlock using specified user (defined below)

Defautl User - Ok!

SAS box?

 

I must work setting in Regedit ?

 

 

 



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Leonard Amabile
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Elpidio,

Please go to the following location in the SMC:

Options > Default Properties > Default User

Scroll down towards the bottom and make sure that Software SAS Generation has been selected.

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Yes, it is selected.



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Leonard Amabile
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Depending on the "bitness" of the operating system, please run the following file:

x86
"C:\Windows\System32\ambpa32.exe"

x64
"C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ambpa32.exe"

Did the file send a CTRL ALT DEL to the desktop?



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