windows : password pop up window

Hi gurus,

I want to ask a simple question on password pop up window in windows xp profession 2002( maybe it's not very o.s. dependent). Sometimes, when I input my password ( e.g. my account ), there will be a pop up window asking if user want to store their passwords on this local machine.

Is this kind of setting is a default setting in the system.

How to set this kind of setting?

Thanks for your attention,

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Nirmal SharmaSolution ArchitectCommented:
>>>Is this kind of setting is a default setting in the system.

Yes, this is the default setting for first installation. But you have an option "Do not show this windows...". When you check and say ok next time you will not be asked or presented with this warning.

These two articles will help you: -

Internet Explorer—Web Login AutoComplete Passwords

How to remember password: -


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Nirmal SharmaSolution ArchitectCommented:
Ah! mistake i submitted first link...its from one of web site for company or commercial users. You can switch to second link.
lilyyanAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your answer.
Nirmal SharmaSolution ArchitectCommented:
Your welcome!
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