Re: Question with Win95 SR2

Brad Albrecht ( (no email) )
Sat, 3 Jan 1998 09:21:12 -0800

have them install the client for windows networks. It will ask them each
time. If it is installed, then they probably have the default user setup
with no password. In this case, delete the .pwl file associated with that
user. If you can't figure out who it is, you can delete them all. The pwl
is the password list file.

Brad Albrecht
Computer Innovations Online
Skagit Valleys' Premier Internet Service Provider

-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew Andersen <>
To: '' <>
Date: Saturday, January 03, 1998 9:06 AM
Subject: Question with Win95 SR2

>This isn't really an NT question, but one of our customers is running osr2.
> win95b. When they first boot up it doesn't ask them to login, so in order
>to get a log in prompt they have to start - shutdown - Close all programs
>and log on as new user. After doing this they get a login prompt. Does
>anyone have any ideas on how to force the login prompt at startup?
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