Re: Question with Win95 SR2

Brad Albrecht ( (no email) )
Sat, 3 Jan 1998 10:50:03 -0800

When they open the dial up networking icon for dialing you, is the checkbox
to allow them to save their password enabled or not? This will tell you if
they are logged in to the windows network or not (in most cases). Did they
ever see the login prompt when they booted the machine? Do they have IE4
installed? Did something change on the system that caused this?

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

-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew Andersen <>
To: '' <>
Date: Saturday, January 03, 1998 10:41 AM
Subject: RE: Question with Win95 SR2

>The client for windows networks is installed, and I deleted all the .pwl
files. The same thing happens. Any more ideas?
>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.
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