Visual studio.net cause logon problem

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    Visual studio.net cause logon problem

    recently, i had just installed Visual Studio . NET and i found that there would be a limited access of SQL debugger and ASP.NET machine A in the user profile ... so what 's they mean for ? is it useful to the Visual Studio . NET app ? is it safe to delete those account?

    so is there any solution to make it disappeared ? it cause win should have to view the logon screen and need to wait my response to click on the particular user in order to access the window.

    thanks for you help

    p/s : my current OS is win XP

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    leave those accounts there. XP itself uses those accounts as security protocols when dealing with ASP, etc. When you set up IIS it makes the same accounts. Basically when the computer goes to execute ASP code, it adheres to the rules set up in the ASP.net account.
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    thanks for your comment.
    well, i think it might be great if my window could go through to my account without display the selection list from the log on screen. i would face a log on screen when i switch on my computer. so is there any way to set those things up in order directly go to my acount without choosing user from the log on screen ?

    thanks !

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    the only way xp allows you to automatically sign on to one user account is if there's only one on the computer...a better option for you might be to go to start, settings, control panel, user accounts, change the way users log on/off, and uncheck the welcome screen box. This forces a 2000/nt style logon prompt. And, if you remove your password then all you have to do is type your name, press enter, then every time you boot your name will already be typed in and all you ahve to do is press enter. That's as automatic as it gets with >1 account.
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    ha .. i think there would be more likely dont have any solution here. anyway, thanks again .

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    >>ha .. i think there would be more likely dont have any solution here. anyway, thanks again .

    well yes, but what I showed you how to do is under 20 mouse clicks...not that difficult.
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    Download Tweak UI, run it, click on Logon, and you cna chose which names appear and which don't.
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