I am using the following registry settings on a Windows 10 Ent x64 LTSB 1607 system that are pushed via GPO. The policy applies fine, however the desired effect of automatically logging in does not work.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon DefaultUserName=xxxxx (reg_sz) DefaultPassword=XxXxX (reg_sz) DefaultDomainName=PleaseWork (reg_sz) AutoAdminLogon=1 (reg_sz) ForceAutoLogon=1 (reg_sz) Delete AutoLogonCount Restart Computer
The computers are domain-joined. This method worked fine in Windows 7 Ent x64 but is not working in Windows 10.
If I utilize the tool from Sysinternals (Autologon), I can get almost the same behavior that I had in Windows 7, with the exception that it only automatically logs in on a reboot.
If I click "Sign Out" it just goes back to the login prompt. Additionally, if the computer is Wireless only and using user authentication to WiFi before login, neither of the autologin methods work, whereas they did with Windows 7.
Any suggestions/solutions would be amazing