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Dial-Up Connection - Save Password Error Win2K

Posted on 2003-03-07
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I have a dial-up internet connection from my home PC (Win2K SP2).

Whenever I check the "Save Password" checkbox, it appears to save a massive (about 20 characters) string. My password is only 6 characters.

Has anyone heard of this before?
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Question by:jrvantsb
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dslentz earned 300 total points
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Yes it is a security measure with W2K.
It still saves it and works doesn't it?
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by:patelgokul
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pasword is displayed in encrypted form. that's why it's
show that much characters.
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by:WSJokah
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pretty cool huh :)

gotta remember, the more security minded the application/os the more they wont echo what you type
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by:jrvantsb
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I'm soooo dumb!!

Sorry to waste your time like that!
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