StuartR wrote: ↑
28 Oct 2020, 23:14
I can't comment on this. I would never allow any user account to have a blank password.
OK but I am the only one that uses these accounts or at least manages them.
I remembered from some time ago that Windows Home version did not have the options that I needed to set this up. I did find at another site, Major geeks, a bat file that fixed that for me. So I am going to experiment with those laptops first to see if it makes any difference. I am not holding out much hope though because, as I have mentioned a few times, after running my bat files to see the other computers they are no longer available after that incident of Windows File Explorer is closed.
Again, I have never fooled around with the task scheduler so I may have to return with some questions.
Thanks for your help.