Hello! My first post here and I didn't find anything under searching. I hope that I'm not reposting something. Anyway, I'm setting up a cafe system of about 30 systems using Vista and Windows SteadyState. These systems have an automatic logon element. I've scripted this information to edit the following keys (the account has no password): Code: WshShell.RegWrite ("HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\ForceAutoLogon", "1", "REG_SZ") WshShell.RegWrite ("HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\AutoAdminLogon", "1", "REG_SZ") WshShell.RegWrite ("HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\DefaultUserName", "cybercafe", "REG_SZ") WshShell.RegWrite ("HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\DefaultPassword", "", "REG_SZ") I initially I did not have the ForceAutoLogon enabled and autologon would only work once. After that I'd get a prompt to logon. This was not expected. However, now that I've done this ForceAutoLogon registry entry, I've found that even if I hold the Shift Key during logoff/bootup the system automatically logs in. Between steadystate and those who are familiar with it's disk protection, I don't believe I'll absolutely need the ForceAutoLogon, but I'd like to have it there. Is there something I can do to bypass this outside of holding Shift? It seems that Vista changed how this interfaces and you're left with a system that only logs on to the account you set. I might add: I have a test image build right now, so nothing is "broke" so-to-speak. The user being automatically logged on has user rights, not admin. Thanks in advance for the help!