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SUPPORT COMMUNICATION- CUSTOMER ADVISORY

Document ID: c03719287

Version: 1

HP 6360t Mobile Thin Client Notebook PCs - ThinState Automatically Enables HP Logon Manager

Notice:: The information in this document, including products and software versions, is current as of the release date.The document is subject to change without notice.

Release date : 27-Mar-2013

Last updated : 27-Mar-2013

DESCRIPTION
The HP Logon Manager automatically turns on after ThinState deploys the operating system image.

SCOPE
HP 6360t Mobile Thin Client
RESOLUTION
To disable the automatic logon feature for both the original notebook and future use, follow these steps:
  1. Log on with Administrator privileges.
  2. Click Start, click Control Panel, then double-click HP Logon Manager.
  3. In the Windows Logon Configuration dialog box, clear the Enable Logon box, click OK.
  4. Click Start, click Computer, then click Local Disk (C:).
  5. Double-click Windows, double-click Setup, double-click Scripts, then right-click _AdminAutologon.cmd and select Delete from the context menu.
  6. Click Yes.
  7. Right-click _UserAutologon.cmd, then select Delete.
  8. Click Yes.
  9. Restart the notebook.

Hardware platforms affected : HP 6360t Mobile Thin Client

Operating systems affected : Not applicable

Software affected : Not applicable

Support Communication Cross Reference ID : IA03719287

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