Logging on, Automatic logon, Manual logon – HP T5000 User Manual
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Quick Reference Guide
You can log on to your thin client either automatically or manually.
The default for the XPe-based thin client is automatic logon. The
administrator can use the HP Logon Manager in the Control Panel to
enable/disable auto logon and change the auto logon user name,
password, and domain. Only the administrator logon account can
change auto logon properties.
To save changes, be sure to disable the write filter cache or issue the
command anytime during the current boot session. See
for information about
the write filter and instructions for disabling the write filter. Enable
the write filter when you no longer want permanent changes.
Enabling automatic logon bypasses the Log On to Windows dialog
box. To log on as a different user while auto logon is enabled, press
while clicking Start > Shut Down > Log Off. This
displays the Log On to Windows dialog box and allows you to
manually enter the logon information.
When automatic logon is disabled, thin client startup displays the Log
On to Windows dialog box.
Type the logon information in the User Name and Password text
boxes. Note the following:
For a user logon account, the factory-default user name and
password are both
For an administrator logon account, the factory-default user name
and password are both
For security purposes, HP recommends that you change the
passwords from their default values. An administrator can change
passwords by pressing
to open the Windows Security
dialog box, and then selecting Change Password. You cannot change
the password when logged on as a user.