Neil Palmer wrote:
> 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".

> Sorry, no cigar.  Been all through that already.   ;-)

Try doing a file search for *.pwl files.  Delete all of them and reboot.

Bill


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