Password dialog at startup

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    Password dialog at startup

    How do I remove the "Enter password for microsoft networking" window that pops up during start up ?

    (I can simply log on with "Enter" as there's actually no password)
    It never used to ask for it and I don't need it. It suddenly
    started asking for a password after I tried to play with the
    network settings. I dont know how to stop it from asking again.

    This is on Windows Me

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    What I would do on windows 98 (not sure if its right) is remove the network logon stuff from network config (i.e. Client for Microsoft Networks) but be careful listening to me...
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    Well..I did this (Windows Me)

    Settings -> control panel -> network -> selected "Client for microsoft networks" - > clicked properties - > selected "Quick logon" instead of "logon and restore network connections"

    I dont know if that's what you're talking about,
    but it didn't work anyway. I still get the damn window!

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    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Netw..._20576375.html
    from the Network Control Panel where you select the Windows Logon instead of microsoft network logon, and also the password must be blank for windows logon NOT to prompt
    http://www.annoyances.org/exec/forum/win98/t1023637040

    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Netw..._20269272.html
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    Not looked at the links, but all I did was delete the PWL file associated with the account and then setup a new account with the same name but blank password. It never asked again.

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    Solved

    Perfect.. Solved..

    Now, for other frustrated people like me:

    Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network > Configuration Tab > Windows Logon (under primary network logon)
    instead of anything else.

    Prerequisite: The password should be blank for it to
    disappear during startup.

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