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Win98 Password

Posted on 1998-10-23
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When setting up Win98 from scratch, I did not key in a user name, but each time my computer boots I get the enter password dialog box.  I have tried to delete any User settings, but there are none to delete.  The computer is set up for "all users use the same settings, etc."

How do I get rid of that box.

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Tom
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by:cmcgee
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Have you tried using TweakUi to have an automatic logon.

Its available from Microsoft's site.


Craig

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The next time when it prompt, enter a user name and leave the password blank.  The next time you start window, it will go strange in without the prompt.
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by:McDorman
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Larbel,

You are correct!

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