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User on login screen is not in computer accounts.

Recently, purchased a Dell from a big box store. When powering up the computer the login screen has a user that is not in the accounts for this computer. Logged into laptop with admin credientials and and checked the user accounts. User listed in login screen is not listed (either as a guest or valid user). Checked through group policy and registry looking to find the ghost user.

since this is local computer and not connected to a network. Seem to be out answers for correcting the problem: REMOVING THE USER ACCOUNT (which is nonexistent

Appreciate any help.

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JennyFeng-MSFT answered ·

You could see all user accounts using Command Prompt:


  1. Open a Command Prompt window as administrator.


  2. Type in the command: net user, and then press Enter key so that it will display all user accounts existing on your Windows 10, including the disabled and hidden user accounts. They are arranged from left to right, top to down.


  3. If you want to view detailed information or properties about a specific user account, just type in the command: net user username, for example, net user Bella, and press Enter key. Then the window displays detailed information and properties about that user account, such as its full name, account active state, if the password is required or not, and so on.

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