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direct connection:loss of passwords

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hallo,
i have two pc's: one win95 and one win98. i connected them by the directconnect-program from ms. it was ok. now on one pc the disk was damaged and a new disk and a new win98 installed. now the direct-connection does not work for the passwords not correct. in which files are writen the passwords ? or how can i install new passwords (on both computers ?) ?
thank you in advanve !
titz
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Passwords are stored in the PWL files located on the systems. It may be possible that they have gotten corrupted. I would recommend deleting them and then you should have an opportunity to set a new one.


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hi cmcgee !

which *.PWL-File do you mean ?
I have four different .PWL Files on my disk.

thanks
titz
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