Set to enable auto login.Users can select one of seven modes.
Mode 0 - Auto login is disabled.
Mode 1 - System logs in with the current windows user at Startup.
Mode 2 - System logs in with the current windows user at Startup and on logout. If the startup login fails the user will be prompted to login at startup and on logout so the system will not switch to view-only mode.
Note: Modes 1 and 2 act as the same as modes 3 and 4 if the start up login of current windows user fails.
Mode 3 - User will be prompted with an empty login form at startup.
Mode 4 - User will be prompted with an empty login form at startup and on log out. If the user selects cancel, the process will shut down.
Note: This mode should not be used on server process (where the ServerLogin is disabled).
Mode 5 - Automatically login with saved user credentials at startup. If login fails or there is no saved user credentials the user will be prompted to login.
Mode 6 - Attempt to automatically login with saved credential at startup and on logout. If saved credential is not available (or fails to login) it will prompt the user at startup to log in. The re-login of initial user on logout does not validate the user, therefore does not need to prompt even if the password is changed (e.g. in case of windows user).
To remove or change the credentials saved during modes 5 or 6, the user needs to set the mode to 3 or 4 and restart to be prompted for login. When the user successfully logs in the saved credential will be removed and the user can set the mode back to 5 or 6 and restart to be prompted again.
Note: In modes 1, 3 and 5 when the user logs out, system reverts to view-only mode and no further action is taken.
Default Value: 0.