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|Posted - 2/28/2002 10:00:44 AM |
I have recently upgraded from WIN_95 to WIN_98. I have a USR 56K Voice INT PnP modem and have configured my Dial-up Networking Connection. When dialing my ISP, in the " Connect to ..." window , the save password box is grey'd out, does anyone know how to enable the save password box so it can be checked to save my password??
Thanks for any help..
|Posted - 2/28/2002 10:45:41 AM |
|Posted - 2/28/2002 10:50:16 AM |
If the "Save Password" check-box is inaccessible, it is because "Client for Microsoft Networks" hasn't been installed in the Network area of the Control Panel. To enable this check-box, you have to install the "Client for Microsoft Networks":
Note: You will need your Windows 95/98 CDROM or disks to install components of the Windows 95/98 operating system.
[START] --> Settings --> Control Panel --> Network
Click on the [Add...] button and choose "Client" then click on the [Add...] button.
Choose "Microsoft" and "Client for Microsoft Networks"
Click the various [Ok] buttons until the installation process has finished. At this point, you'll be prompted to restart Windows. When Windows starts back up, you may be prompted to enter in a Windows login and password--this is NOT the same username and password that you use to connect to the net. Enter in a username (whatever you want) and if you want, you can leave the password blank--doing this will make it so that this login prompt won't come up again the next time you start Windows.
You should now be able to check the "Save Password" check-box when you go to connect to YourVillage.com. Your password will be "saved" after you have obtained a successful connection one time.
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