I have a laptop with Fedora 16-x86_64bit installed. *One day last week I noticed that I was not required to enter a password to log in from the graphical screen. For example, when I click on my username from the GUI the system logs me in immediately without requiring or prompting me to enter my password. * This is true with all users and when using both Gnome and KDE desktops. *I have searched everywhere I can think of and can't seem to find a post describing this issue. *I have verified that auto-login has not been configured in either Gnome or KDE.* I have also made sure the "Enable Password-less Logins" is not enabled in the System Settings/Logins/Convenience tab.* Strangely enough, if the screen saver kicks in I have to enter a password to unlock it and if I switch to a textual session (Ctrl+Alt-F3 for example) I have to enter both username and password to login.
Does anyone have an idea how to re-enable the need to provide a password from the GUI or where I should begin to look for the problem?
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