I setup all my machines to require a logon prompt after resuming from screensaver. However, randomly about once every week or two on one particular machine I find that suddenly no logon is required. When I check the settings, the
On resume, display logon screen checkbox has become unchecked. Windows has kindly turned it off for me all on its own. This happens quite consistently and it's a huge security hole.
Yes, I know I can lock the machine every time I walk away, but I shouldn't have to do that. A simple but vital feature like this in Windows should be rock solid, and it is definitely not.
Has anyone seen this before? Any idea how to fix it? I would imagine that setting is a registry key, and I could easily write a small program to keep it set properly if I knew what registry key is used.
(Note: This is not a duplicate of this question since he didn't report the setting actually being turned off.)