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How do i 'un-save' password?


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pls refer to attached. i haved previously 'ticked' the save password box. and now i wanna uncheck it, but everytime i access the shared folder, the password prompt box won't appear to to let untick it. anyway i can go about this?

please advice.

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hi any help please?
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more info is needed...
are you trying to connect to the internet on dialup...
when does that password screen pop up...
does it automatically pop up when you boot up
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hi,
this is a shared folder on a network
the popup screen will appear on those PC which the user did not tick the 'remember my password' box, when the shared folder is double clicked

and no it does not automatically popup when boot up
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the administrator will have to help you...
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Open Control Panel -> User Accounts -> your name.
In Related Tasks click Manage my network passwords.
Delete your saved PW.
There you go :)
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