Windows 2000 doesn't remember network passwords.
Posted on 2001-09-10
When I add a network place under "My network places" in Windows 2000 Server and tell it a user and password to use for that place, it will work fine until reboot the computer. After rebooting.... walla, Windows asks you for the password again when you try to access the resource.
When I map a network drive and tell Windows 2000 Server to use a different user and password when connecting to this network drive (other than the one I used to log into the operating system...), again, I can access this drive just fine without the os asking me for a user and password. When I reboot my pc, walla, the os asks me for a user and password to connect to this network.
These problems are occuring on a freshly installed version of Windows 2000 Server. I am logging in as Administrator.
As you can imagine, this is quite annoying!!!
Can anyone offer an explanation and solution??
Thanks in advance.