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All current automatic logon solutions for Microsoft Windows use one of two approaches.
One group stores data in the system registry; the rest store their data in Local Security Authority storage (LSASecret).
You can find different variations on these solutions, from predefined registry entry changes to separate programs.
You can review almost all of them in our list of competitive automatic logon solutions.
Data from the registry can be retrieved simply with RegEdit,
and data from LSASecret with any program which shows LSASecret passwords.
These locations can also be accessed remotely via a network.
Both solutions are absolutely insecure, as with either it is very simple to steal logon and password data.
LogonExpert is a secure approach to automatic logon.
It stores logon data encrypted with the AES 256 algorithm.
It directly interacts with WinLogon (the part of the operating system responsible for logon)
to ensure that no other application can intercept logon data.
It has many other useful features.
Windows Autologon with no human interaction
LogonExpert is easy to configure, stable and reliable.
Secured automatic logon
The AES 256 encryption algorithm protects your logon data;
direct interaction with WinLogon secures your computer while it’s logging in.
Multi-user logon with command line
Log on any number of users to one computer simultaneously using the command line, scripts or scheduling tools.
Advanced command line control
Activate or deactivate LogonExpert, log on or log off a specified user account, lock or unlock the computer, set up the logon credentials through the command line both locally and remotely.
Locking computer after logon
Any logged-on session can be secured with automatic workstation locking.
Delayed or scheduled logon and scheduled logoff
Configure a simple pre-logon delay, or set up an advanced configuration with the built-in scheduler.
Also available is the post-logon wake-up capability.
Keeping user logged on
LogonExpert can be configured to automatically log a specified user back on each time any user of the computer logs off.
Bypassing auto login barriers
Ctrl+Alt+Del requests, shutdown events, system legal notices and any other windows appearing before logon are bypassed automatically.
User rights control
Administrator can allow or deny limited users the ability to configure Windows Autologon.
Keeping computer unlocked
Have your computer unlocked automatically after a wake-up, screensaver shutdown, manual lock or system idling.
All Windows versions supported
All modern versions of Microsoft Windows are supported—from Windows XP to Windows 10,
including Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Seven, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Optional autologon interruption
Autologin can be interrupted with ease by pressing the “Shift” key. This option can be configured.
Booting Windows 8/Server 2012 straight to desktop
Get your Windows 8/Server 2012 machine logged on or unlocked directly to the desktop.
Windows Safe Mode support
Even loaded in safe mode, LogonExpert will work normally. You can allow or disallow this capability, as it is easily configurable.