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Dial up Networking Password

Posted on 1998-02-10
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I use dial up networking to connect to the internet.
The problem is that it never saves the password and the
save password box is grayed out.
How do you get it to save the password ?

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Question by:tyrrell
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You must install the "Client for Microsoft Networks" in the control panerl /networks / services to be able to save passwords.
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by:jrhelgeson
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I hate that, why does windows require the installation of CLIENT FOR MICROSOFT NETWORKS?
It is so anoying...

Just my 2 cents.

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