Dec 06

I did some research on this.  It’s the default power management settings.  The new windows 7 systems are set to sleep/hibernate, and also the following option is set to require a password on wakeup.  Changing this to No resolves this issue.  Control Panel>>>Power Options>>Change Plan Settings>>Change Advanced power settings>>Change settings that currently unavailable>>change require password on wakeup to no.    (Not recommended for laptops.)

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