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By lathe ·
While starting one of Win98 PC in our WinNT network is not prompting for the username and password, it just bootsup and after that user should log off and put username and password to access the network.
I tried removing TCP/IT and NIC driver and all posible ways, no luck.

If some can help me to solve it that will be a grate help.

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by Berserker In reply to Not prompting for log in

You should go into the registry and search for "AutoLogon" without quotes and delete the registry key. After that restart your computer and it shopuld prompt for the username and password on the next boot.

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by lathe In reply to Not prompting for log in

It really helped me, thanks

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by BV2 In reply to Not prompting for log in

Do a find on *.pwl and delete all entries. Reboot, and you should be prompted for a login.

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by James A Bailey In reply to Not prompting for log in

Look in Network properties and first make sure Client for Microsoft Networks is installed. If it is then make sure it is chose as the Primary Network Logon (shown right below protocol list). If it isn't installed, add it just like you would any other protocol.

JB

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by shmaltz In reply to Not prompting for log in

In addition to all of the above make sure that the check box "Logon To NT Domain For Password Validation" in the properties of client for MS networks in network control panel, is checked.

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by darkstar In reply to Not prompting for log in

This is the most likely place to find the AutoLogon key in the registry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Network\Real Mode Net
AutoLogon=<xx>

[This can also be caused by running an IPX network with multiple frame types.]

HTH,
-Bill

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