Win 95 & Passwords
Win95 ("a" retail version)
I would like to eliminate the password logon dialogs when booting windows, but still have Windows save my other passwords (browser, etc.). There are two separate dialogs, the windows logon & a NetWare logon so:
(1) How do I get windows to boot up without showing the windows password logon dialog. I thought hitting enter would do the trick here, but it didn't. The screen still shows up the next time.
(2) How do I get it to boot up without showing the Netware password logon dialog (but still logon to NetWare with the password).
The PC only has a single user. No need to worry about different profiles. I don't need to have (or really even want) a windows logon password. But I do need a NetWare password so obviously, that will have to be in a profile somewhere if the logon dialog doesn't pop up. Security is not an issue (but it would still be nice to have). Any help appreciated! Ron
you can get windows 95/98 to log in automatically, the program you want is TweakUI, one of the powertools. the 98 version is available on the microsoft website, not sure if the 95 version is still there, but shouldnt be hard to find. It sits as an applet in control panel, very easy and useful.
Dont know if it will logon to netware servers though I'm afraid
Get rid of the Win95 pass by going into the c:\windows directory and deleting all *.pwl files. Then reboot. After reboot, just enter user name, and hit enter. Then, hit enter for the confirmation of the pass.. Now, no pass dialog should come up at bootup.
However, I know squat about Netware. I'd imagine what you want to do is feasible, but I wouldn't even know where to point you. Best thing I can say is to search, and hope for the best
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