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The Login Screen Settings window allows to change user access parameters. You can configure it, for example, to make a user session load automatically without inserting a password. Sometimes, you can't make changes to this window whenever you click the unlock button.



If you can't unlock the Login Screen Settings window under Debian Squeeze, then follow these instructions that may solve your problem:

1. Open the Terminal and edit daemon.conf using this command:

nano /etc/gdm3/daemon.conf

2. Insert now these lines and don't forget to replace USER with your own username:

[daemon]
AutomaticLoginEnable=true
AutomaticLogin=USER
TimedLoginEnable=false
TimedLogin=USER
TimedLoginDelay=10
DefaultSession=gnome

3. Save the file and log out the current session and log back in. Then via the Terminal, run this command to open the Login Screen Settings window:

gdmsetup

Good Luck!

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