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OK, so I have done what it says in Disable “Reopen Windows When Logging Back In” in Mac OS X Lion Completely, and disabled Reopen windows when logging back in, but now I want the feature back. What do I do?

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The solution is given at the end of the article:

If you ever want to revert back to the default behavior of this OS X Lion feature, just type the following defaults write command:

sudo defaults delete com.apple.loginwindow LoginHook

And you’ll be back to be able to select window restore based on that checkbox’s choice.

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+1 & accepted answer – gadgetmo Jan 3 '12 at 17:00

Try what was suggested at the bottom of the article:

If you ever want to revert back to the default behavior of this OS X Lion feature, just type the following defaults write command:

sudo defaults delete com.apple.loginwindow LoginHook

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