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Win95 network logon

Posted on 1999-01-28
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New installed Win95 does not enter network (Microsoft network). It does not show dialog with login name and pasword. I can say "Start->Shuttdown->Close applications and enter as another user" and dialog appears, system works in network properly. So, protocols and adapter are OK. Client for Microsoft network is installed.
How to shoot this trouble?
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Question by:mcoroli
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by:mark2150
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Did you tell it to share?

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by:MCoroli
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Yes.


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by:cmcgee
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Do you have Client for Microsoft enable as your Primary Login  instead of Windows Login?

You might delete your PWL files as well to see if it will start to prompt for logon.

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by:MCoroli
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Yes.


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by:mcoroli
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To cmcgee:
All you suggest were done - that has no effect.


More ideas?
I know solution - to instal Win95 from another install CD. But the problem occured many times before and i'd like to clarify it once.
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by:jepe
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Run regedit and look at:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Network\Real Mode Net
If you here find an entry
       AutoLogon=<x>
x being a number, delete this value and restart your system.

Jepe
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by:carled
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jepe has the answer to the problem, just set autologon to zero or delete it - both have worked for me in the past.  Seen this problem loads of time during customer installations but I have absolutely no idea what causes it to surface. jepe should get the points for this.
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theh95 earned 50 total points
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Try this, goto the registry to Disable password Caching,
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Mircosoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Network Create a new Binary Value,
         DisablePwdCaching     01 00 00 00
Automatic Logon to Profile in windwos
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Network\Real Mode Net Make sure Value "Autologon" either does NOT exist, or value is set to 1.

Good Luck


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