Delete networking login password dialog?

Is there a way to remove the initial win 98 networking password prompt dialog? Since this is my own personal machine, I simply hit <enter> and away we go, but it's a little annoying. Am networked with a Linksys router.
Thanks!

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Adrian DobrotaNetworking EngineerCommented:
in network proprieties switch from client for microsoft networks to windows logon or depending on network config you should switch to microsoft family logon.

best regards
Kronos
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sramesh2kCommented:
goto control panel > dbl click "network"
remove the windows family logon
change the primary logon to windows logon

search for all the files with extension *.PWL and delete it.

Next, goto control panel > users and delete all the users listed

goto control panel > passwords and choose "all users of the computer share the same preferences...."
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stretchspCommented:
Download tweakUI from this site.
There is an option to automatically login

http://download.com.com/3120-20-0.html?qt=tweakui&tg=dl-2001

This is useful tool for controlling/manipulating windows and is very small in size.
Download the file. open it and it will create a tweakui icon in control panel.  In there will be what your looking for.
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pack_liteAuthor Commented:
Mucho thanks! Did the delete the family logon, changed to windows logon and bye, bye pwd prompt!

Quesition: Are you guys all paying members of this site? I'm thinking if (and only if) I had a lot of issues to resolve it could cost a lot of $$ on this site. Curious...

Thanks again!
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sramesh2kCommented:

Thanks pack_lite. Would you mind awarding points for me for the answer provided?
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sramesh2kCommented:

Thanks pack_lite. Would you mind awarding points for me for the answer provided?
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Adrian DobrotaNetworking EngineerCommented:

   Some are paying members, some are doing it for fun&learning and some....for points.
 :)
greetings to sramesh2k

Best regards
Kronos
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sramesh2kCommented:

This is to notify u that i'm not just answering for points, also for learning.

i deserved it.
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sramesh2kCommented:
thx again eecomputings, this Q been pending for a long time.
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