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01-20-02, 04:40 AM   #1  
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have a stupid question that i know i know the answer to but cant remember for the life of me.how do i turn off my password prompt for windows?second how do i get the computer to remember my password for my dial up connection ? thanks all

 
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01-20-02, 07:20 AM   #2  
Try This


Password:
According to your description, I guess you have a window95 or Win98 PC.
Here what you can do.
Click on START
Find - Files or Folder
Find *.pwl and Delete them all.
Reboot your pc.
Windows will display your Windows Username again, but you can erase it and type in whatever you want.......for examples:

Username: TEST
Password: Leave Blank <-- don't fill in anything

Hit OK, it will bring you to another window and ask you to type in your password and confirm your password again......
*****************CLEAR THEM OUT************
and Hit OK.
Next time you restart your computer --------Won't have that annoying message again.


DUN - Dial-Up-Connection:
Password remeber, .....click on My computer ......Network Neighborhood......or Dial Up connection.......then Double click on your connection......it should bring up a box for you to dial
***Under Username and Password, there is a little box for you to click in.......(Remember password).

I hope it help

 
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01-20-02, 02:54 PM   #3  
thanks jason the windows worked great.the dialup however,still can't get it to remember my pass word =sorry win 98 on an ibm aptiva system

 
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01-21-02, 04:42 AM   #4  
See if this page can help you resolve your problem.

http://www.annoyances.org/exec/show/article04-004

Brian

 
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01-21-02, 06:24 AM   #5  
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Some time back I found that when using profiles in Win98 only the secondary profiles DUN settings will be retained meaning that the primary profile will always have to fill password and choose connect......Mike

 
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