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  1. Hugh Jarse Lee H's Avatar
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    Default Still logged in after reboot

    Hi


    Not sure if this is a Windows 7 specific problem but seeing as my OS is Windows 7 I shall put it here....

    I am logging into a laptop and then choosing reboot - when it comes back on it says I am still logged in?

    We also use Novel as our primary login which auto logs us into AD,


    Does anyone have any idea what I could try, I have tried Google but no result matched my specific problem

    This is what I see after I have rebooted >>> http://cdn9.howtogeek.com/wp-content...Uc8j0_oEng.png



    Thanks

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    Very strange indeed! I don't have an answer but I thought I'd reply cause I'm also from Liverpool.

    It looks like a local account to me from that picture? Or is it a domain account?
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    That is weird. If, after a reboot, you open a command line and run net stats srv or net statistics server, does the value given for "Statistics since ..." reflect that a full reboot actually took place?

    What happens if you reboot by using shutdown -r -t 0 instead?
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