maybe you can
Go to Control Panel -> Power Options, open Advanced tab and uncheck "Prompt for password when computer resumes from standby"
ok, but this affect the Standby AND the Hybernation mode. And we would like to keep the Standby mode as is (with the fact to retype the pwd).
Thanky anyway for your tips. It fix in that case the Hybernation mode...
We will see what decision we will take.
yup - think about what's happening.
The windows password prompt after hibernation is from a completely different "session" than the boot login - it's from a previous point in time. There's no connection between the boot environment and Windows any more.
The normal autologin can occur because the machine booted up in a nice linier way - but hibernation, suddenly the machine goes back in time so to speak.
Hibernation is not stanby/suspend. Please make sure you use proper terms as both things are very different.
what? I didn't mention suspend at all?
But others did, and you were replying to them.
I guess you meant to reply to them, rather than me then?
No, to All of you.
Although standby & hibernation is different but it's used same condition returning windows from sleeping..
check this? reference http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324347
powercfg.exe /GLOBALPOWERFLAG off /OPTION RESUMEPASSWORD
Use this parameter to turn on or turn off the requirement that the user supply a password when the computer resumes from standby or hibernation