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#1 ellisdj

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Posted 26 August 2018 - 12:57 PM

I am sure someone helped me with this before?? Thanks for any help

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Posted 27 August 2018 - 08:21 AM

I am sure someone helped me with this before?? Thanks for any help

 

Run in cmd:

Powershell Set-Service 'SamSs' -startuptype "disabled"


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Posted 27 August 2018 - 08:58 AM

I hope that works thank you for helping me

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Posted 27 August 2018 - 12:52 PM

Run in cmd:

Powershell Set-Service 'SamSs' -startuptype "disabled"

If I disable Sam service in W Server 2016 can I log in as usual or they are any risks?



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Posted 31 August 2018 - 11:59 AM

If I disable Sam service in W Server 2016 can I log in as usual or they are any risks?

thanks for all the reponses..



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Posted 31 August 2018 - 12:54 PM

Are you using AO with WS2016? if so, why not use the automatic login feature of the Service Tool? In combination with AO this disables the Security Accounts Manager in WS2016 with no ill effects.


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Posted 31 August 2018 - 03:37 PM

Are you using AO with WS2016? if so, why not use the automatic login feature of the Service Tool? In combination with AO this disables the Security Accounts Manager in WS2016 with no ill effects.

Thanks Bernie for your reply, yes I am using AO with WS2016 but have no clue of how to do that.



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Posted 31 August 2018 - 03:43 PM

Use Service Tool, check autologon and enter you password.


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Posted 31 August 2018 - 08:58 PM

See page 57 of the AO 2.20 Setup Guide if you need additional directions. The Setup Guide is your friend :)


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OS: Windows Server 2019 (Standard Edtion Desktop) optimized via Fidelizer Pro 8.3, Process Lasso Server Edition 9.1.0.68, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, and a modified Computer Audio Design Desktop Services Killer script; File Manager: Q-Dir 7.58; Library Manager: JRiver MC19; Renderer: JPLAY FEMTO UPnP Renderer; Server: femtoServer; JPLAY Settings: Playing via: KS; Engine: ULTRAstream; Bitstream: Native; Bitperfect Volume: OFF; DAC Link: 500; XtreamSize: 1000; Throttle: ON; Hibernate Mode: ON; Control Point: Upplay 1.38; Media Player for JPLAY Classic engine: JPLAYmini

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Control-PC > SUPRA Cat 8 Ethernet Cable > Audio-PC > Chord Silver Plus USB Cable > Uptone Audio Regen (Amber) > Curious Cable USB Regen Link > Luxman DA-06 > Chord Chameleon Plus XLR Interconnects > Luxman L-505u > Van Den Hul Teatrack Speaker Cables > Bryston Model T Signature Speakers with external crossovers

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Seagate 6-Tb ext HDD (USB to Control PC) and 2 Seagate 6-Tb ext HDD backups


#10 screenmusic

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Posted 01 September 2018 - 12:15 AM

See page 57 of the AO 2.20 Setup Guide if you need additional directions. The Setup Guide is your friend :)

thanx taxman and Bernie, I read the page 57 and it seems that the pc will boot automatically without entering a password but I just want to delete the service SAM that is only via regedit, you are saying if I do an autologon then I can disable SAM service and the Pc will boot without any problem?



#11 ellisdj

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Posted 07 September 2018 - 05:42 PM

Run in cmd:
Powershell Set-Service 'SamSs' -startuptype "disabled"

Copied and pasted into cmd with right click and boom done awesome thank you
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Posted 07 September 2018 - 09:23 PM

thanx taxman and Bernie, I read the page 57 and it seems that the pc will boot automatically without entering a password but I just want to delete the service SAM that is only via regedit, you are saying if I do an autologon then I can disable SAM service and the Pc will boot without any problem?

 

Yes. AO will disable SAM and auto logon will get you to the GUI directly without having to enter a password. If you're concerned about whether SAM is running, check SAM in Windows Services (in Start Menu under Windows Administrative Tools). Permanently disable SAM as in ellisdj post above.


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Dell Inspiron 15R SE laptops with Intel Core i7-3612QM (2.1 GHz) and 16 (Control-PC) or 8 (Audio-PC) Gb DDR3 1600 MHz RAM

Software

OS: Windows Server 2019 (Standard Edtion Desktop) optimized via Fidelizer Pro 8.3, Process Lasso Server Edition 9.1.0.68, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, and a modified Computer Audio Design Desktop Services Killer script; File Manager: Q-Dir 7.58; Library Manager: JRiver MC19; Renderer: JPLAY FEMTO UPnP Renderer; Server: femtoServer; JPLAY Settings: Playing via: KS; Engine: ULTRAstream; Bitstream: Native; Bitperfect Volume: OFF; DAC Link: 500; XtreamSize: 1000; Throttle: ON; Hibernate Mode: ON; Control Point: Upplay 1.38; Media Player for JPLAY Classic engine: JPLAYmini

Equipment Configuration

Control-PC > SUPRA Cat 8 Ethernet Cable > Audio-PC > Chord Silver Plus USB Cable > Uptone Audio Regen (Amber) > Curious Cable USB Regen Link > Luxman DA-06 > Chord Chameleon Plus XLR Interconnects > Luxman L-505u > Van Den Hul Teatrack Speaker Cables > Bryston Model T Signature Speakers with external crossovers

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Seagate 6-Tb ext HDD (USB to Control PC) and 2 Seagate 6-Tb ext HDD backups


#13 screenmusic

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Posted 08 September 2018 - 10:03 PM

Yes. AO will disable SAM and auto logon will get you to the GUI directly without having to enter a password. If you're concerned about whether SAM is running, check SAM in Windows Services (in Start Menu under Windows Administrative Tools). Permanently disable SAM as in ellisdj post above.

Thanks Bernie!






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