Editors' reviewThis small utility automatically logs your username and password when accessing network domains or standalone PCs, but makes your computer vulnerable due to its lack of password protection. LogonEdit has a basic and simple interface with input boxes for username, password, and domain name. Although easy to use, it lacks a help file. To use this program, just input your username and password, plus the domain name you normally use during login. LogonEdit also automatically edits your logon Registry. The program works effectively for network domains and PCs, but it requires users to download .Net Framework and doesn't include much-needed password protection. Despite its privacy lapses, this freeware is a good option for users who want to automate logins.
It's a great tool for setting up your AutoLogon registry entries even in a Windows domain. With setting up AutoLogon in a network environment or stand-alone, Windows automaticly logs on without having to type your name and password and/or choosing a domain.