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    Require Password At Startup
    Does anyone know how to require a password at startup? In security I only see 'wake from sleep & screensaver'.

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    In the "Accounts" section of your System Preferences.
    You should be able to change your login option to 'Name and Password' and then uncheck the 'Automatically log in' box.
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    Thanks a bundle! I'd give ya rep for the quick response, but gotta spread some around =(

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