None of the updates since then have effected this, including the Anniversary edition. Loading... more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Click here to join today! http://simplecoverage.org/windows-10/what-happened-to-my-sleep-mode.php
Windows 10 offers a number of features to keep your computer and data secure. You can't choose to stop requiring a password when your device is running on battery or plugged in individually. I'm just sick of this shit. Please try again later. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/when-returning-from-sleep-a-sign-in-is-now-required.1177701/
Reply Pete August 22, 2016 at 2:29 pm # " it all helps for pro! Navigation gHacks Technology News The independent technology news blog HomeHeader MenuHomeWindowsSoftwareFirefoxChromeGoogleAndroidEmailDealsBest ofSupport Us Return to Content Disable the Windows 10 Lock Screen (Anniversary Update) By Martin Brinkmann on August 5, 2016 We are consumers.This has been the major paradigm shift in IT, software and even just business as a whole for the past couple of decades.
Barnacules Nerdgasm 736,833 views 17:51 Loading more suggestions... The lock screen we're talking about is like the lock screen on your cellphone, it only shows the time, a nice wallpaper, and any lockscreen widgets you may have enabled.You can't There are a few tricks out there to somewhat disable it, but none of those works from boot. Windows 10 Disable Lock Screen After Sleep Post A-U Microsoft in its heavy-handedness has taken that control away.
Earlier I made a patch for LogonController.dll, that has worked beatifully until today, when the KB3189866 update came out and replaced it. Disable Login After Sleep Windows 10 AndySurface Pro 4, Win 10 PROFESSIONAL, LogonController v 10.0.14393.206 Reply Dobbelina October 12, 2016 at 3:53 pm # I assume you are using the 32bit version of 10.0.14393.206, some other users For advanced users How to force Windows Blue Screen of Death errors — and why you'd want to On A Roll Windows 10 build 15060 now rolling out to the Fast http://www.thewindowsclub.com/disable-login-sleep-windows-7-8 If you aren't on "Anniversary Edition" but previous 1511, you don't need the patched dll.
Lock workstation = No Lockscreen 2. Windows 10 Auto Login After Sleep Maybe you could expand a little on that. Loading... Since they changed how the lock screen works, that value might have been reset.
Leave everything as is, and hit okay to save the trigger.First trigger: at log onSecond trigger: on workstation unlock of any userStep 5: ActionsOpen the Actions tab and click on the http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/article/581512/make-windows-10-ask-your-password-when-wake-up-your-laptop/ i didnt have fullaccess over the file logoncontroller.dll, BUT the patcher says "patch applied" or something. Require Password On Wakeup Windows 10 I was just following instructions that I found online, and it was a long time ago now. Require Password On Wakeup Windows 7 Sign up now!
So that we can report issues etc there instead of having to reply to this topic. I'm hoping we can change their minds about this $#!T as well. Loading... It is only requesting the policy that is not working on pro and home editions Reply Pete August 18, 2016 at 5:32 pm # pfffff.........,so guess we have to live with Windows 10 Require Password On Wakeup Greyed Out
Sign up now Forgot password? Super User depends on everyone sharing their knowledge. I'm not sure why my wife's machine still allows it, but every other machine I can see doesn't allow it. http://simplecoverage.org/windows-10/what-happens-when-i-press-the-sleep-or-standby-mode-button.php Decent60 August 5, 2016 at 7:07 am # Something I would note about this: If you disable it prior to the Anniversary Update, and upgrade to it, it holds the settings.
Screen saver, on resume display log-on screen = No Lockscreen >>> I have screen saver = None, so cannot test this one 5. Windows 10 Can't Login After Sleep Doesn't work after (re)boot. setting the software restriction brings back the lock screen after having locked for one minute.
Browse other questions tagged sleep or ask your own question. Reply stusser August 6, 2016 at 9:39 pm # This doesn't work on reboot or when you first start your computer, only when you unlock it. The "Require sign-in section" you show (where it says "If you've been away when should Windows require you to sign in again?"), does not show up after the anniversary update is Authentication Is Required When This Pc Wakes From Sleep Reply stusser August 6, 2016 at 9:40 pm # Are you running win10 enterprise or education?
Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. That happen to other folks as well. Type gpedit.msc and click OK to open the Local Group Policy Editor. my review here I'm just a dumb animal that's too stupid to be allowed to decide if I want a lock screen or not (especially when they were using it to shove ads down
Why didn't Dumbledore make a sound when he appeared on Privet Drive? Sign in 111 3 Don't like this video? Reply stusser August 5, 2016 at 5:01 pm # I had the lockscreen disabled before upgrading to the AU, and it did NOT remain disabled.