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Where does Windows 98 store application passwords?

Posted on 1998-11-15
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Hi,

Where does Windows 98 store application passwords?

I've been mucking about with profiles and now DUN, Outlook Express etc. have "forgotten" my passwords - and so have I (well most of them)

To make things worse, the "Remember password" checkbox is now greyed out in Dial-up Networking...

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Those passwords are stored in the PWL files on your system.

www.snadboy.com make utilities to see what those passwords are. Works some times.

Craig
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