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I know that you can use VBScript to make those pop up screen for username and password
.. but where can I get this VBScript program .. Do i need to buy Visual Basic 5.0 or what .. or get
freeware from other program like in outlook ..?  Tell me
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VBScript and Visual Basic 5.0 have nothing in common except for the language.  You don't need one for the other.
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If you have an IIS server, it will bring up the pop-up login dialogs for you if you set the correct permissions.
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Here ya go, lots of em!:
http://passwords.javascriptsource.com/
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