Have a few Win95 PC's at a customer site where they didn't use an id or
password when first set up, so the PC boots up without prompting for one,
and you can's see other machines in Network Neighborhood until you "Log
out and log in as new user" and give a valid id & password.  I've tried
several things to try and force it to prompt for the id & password when it
first boots up, but am not having much success.  No doubt it's something
in the registry that needs messing with.  Anyone have an idea what ?

...Neil


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