KB ID 0000670
The Windows lock screen is all well and good if you have a slate/tablet, but I don’t see the point of it on a Desktop PC or Laptop, (it just adds to login time).
Note: don’t get this confused with Stop Windows Asking For Password After Sleep / Standby
1. Bring up the Windows run command (Press Windows Key+R). Then execute the gpedit.msc command, (Local Policy Editor)
2. Navigate to the following location;
Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Personalization > Do not display the lock screen
3. Open the policy and set it to enabled.
Stop Windows Lock Screen via Domain Group Policy
Same place as above!
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