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  • Balubeto,

    In order to disable the lock screen you’ll need to make the change in the Local Group Policy Editor which is only available in Windows 8.1 Pro.

    Start by right-clicking on the Start button, select Run, then type in gpedit.msc and press Enter.

    Next, go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Personalization.  In the left window pane, select All Settings and double-click on Do not display the lock screen. 

    Change the setting from Not Configured to Enabled and then click OK to save the new setting.

    Mike

    Windows Outreach Team – IT Pro

    06/رجب/1435 06:47 م
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  • Balubeto,

    In order to disable the lock screen you’ll need to make the change in the Local Group Policy Editor which is only available in Windows 8.1 Pro.

    Start by right-clicking on the Start button, select Run, then type in gpedit.msc and press Enter.

    Next, go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Personalization.  In the left window pane, select All Settings and double-click on Do not display the lock screen. 

    Change the setting from Not Configured to Enabled and then click OK to save the new setting.

    Mike

    Windows Outreach Team – IT Pro

    This procedure avoids only that the lock screen is displayed when the computer is started. Right? If so, how can I do it also with the other editions of Windows 8.1 Update 1?

    Thanks

    Bye


    Balubeto

    you can set the registry key/value:

    http://gpsearch.azurewebsites.net/#7401


    Don
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    07/رجب/1435 10:49 ص

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  • Balubeto,

    It sounds as if you have the login screen disabled currently to allow users to access the computer without credentials.  To reverse this, right-click on the Start button and select Run. Type in netplwiz and then make sure the requirement for users to enter a username and password is selected.

    I hope this helps!

    Mike

    Windows Outreach Team – IT Pro

    06/رجب/1435 03:41 م
    المشرف
  • Balubeto,

    It sounds as if you have the login screen disabled currently to allow users to access the computer without credentials.  To reverse this, right-click on the Start button and select Run. Type in netplwiz and then make sure the requirement for users to enter a username and password is selected.

    I hope this helps!

    Mike

    Windows Outreach Team – IT Pro

    No, the login screen is enabled. I would like that when the computer is started, the login screen is displayed and no one of lock. So, how do I do this?

    Thanks

    Bye


    Balubeto

    06/رجب/1435 04:20 م
  • Balubeto,

    In order to disable the lock screen you’ll need to make the change in the Local Group Policy Editor which is only available in Windows 8.1 Pro.

    Start by right-clicking on the Start button, select Run, then type in gpedit.msc and press Enter.

    Next, go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Personalization.  In the left window pane, select All Settings and double-click on Do not display the lock screen. 

    Change the setting from Not Configured to Enabled and then click OK to save the new setting.

    Mike

    Windows Outreach Team – IT Pro

    06/رجب/1435 06:47 م
    المشرف
  • Balubeto,

    In order to disable the lock screen you’ll need to make the change in the Local Group Policy Editor which is only available in Windows 8.1 Pro.

    Start by right-clicking on the Start button, select Run, then type in gpedit.msc and press Enter.

    Next, go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Personalization.  In the left window pane, select All Settings and double-click on Do not display the lock screen. 

    Change the setting from Not Configured to Enabled and then click OK to save the new setting.

    Mike

    Windows Outreach Team – IT Pro

    This procedure avoids only that the lock screen is displayed when the computer is started. Right? If so, how can I do it also with the other editions of Windows 8.1 Update 1?

    Thanks

    Bye


    Balubeto

    07/رجب/1435 08:55 ص
  • Balubeto,

    In order to disable the lock screen you’ll need to make the change in the Local Group Policy Editor which is only available in Windows 8.1 Pro.

    Start by right-clicking on the Start button, select Run, then type in gpedit.msc and press Enter.

    Next, go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Personalization.  In the left window pane, select All Settings and double-click on Do not display the lock screen. 

    Change the setting from Not Configured to Enabled and then click OK to save the new setting.

    Mike

    Windows Outreach Team – IT Pro

    This procedure avoids only that the lock screen is displayed when the computer is started. Right? If so, how can I do it also with the other editions of Windows 8.1 Update 1?

    Thanks

    Bye


    Balubeto

    you can set the registry key/value:

    http://gpsearch.azurewebsites.net/#7401


    Don
    (Please take a moment to "Vote as Helpful" and/or "Mark as Answer", where applicable.
    This helps the community, keeps the forums tidy, and recognises useful contributions. Thanks!)

    07/رجب/1435 10:49 ص