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Managing startup applications in Windows 10

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In earlier versions of Windows, I – and I would assume many with me – used the Startup folder in the Start menu to manage startup applications. In Windows 10, however, this folder is no more, and so we must find other ways of dealing with them. There are three ways to do so, all of which are relevant.

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Expose the Object tab in Properties in ADUC

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The Object tab in Properties of objects in the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC for short) mmc snap-in is highly useful, as it exposes the canonical name of an object. For some reason, the tab is by default not exposed to users. Luckily enough, this is easily mended:

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Change password in a remote desktop session

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Most Windows users will be familiar with using Ctrl+Alt+Del to change their password on a local computer, and that works well for that purpose. However, that command is not forwarded to a computer to which you are connected remotely, as it triggers locally. So how, then, can we prompt a change of our password without waiting for it to expire?

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