Neil,

>I've tried
>several things to try and force it to prompt for the id & password when it
>first boots up,

Got to Network properties (either by Control Panel, or right-click Network
Neighborhood and chose properties).  On the Configuration tab, make sure the
combo box for "Primary Network Logon" is set to "Client for Microsoft Networks"
and *not* set to "Windows Logon".

When set to Windows Logon and the password is blank, it will not prompt for the
logon.  You can change the password from control panel, passwords applet.

Doug


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