bruceh at csufresno.edu
Fri Dec 12 12:18:01 EST 1997
What we have done here is make the windows logon the primary
network logon in Control Panel. The windows logon has no password and the
network password is cached. You may have to go into the windows directory
and delete the "user".pwl file first.
Hope this helps.
Bruce Hinman bruceh at csufresno.edu
Library Equipment Technician (209) 278-6528 office
Henry Madden Library (209) 278-6952 fax
California State University
On Thu, 11 Dec 1997, Mike Diehl wrote:
> Does anyone know or has worked on this before?
> We have public workstations that logon as guest to our servers, which assign
> the network drives etc.
> My question is there a script or batch file that I can put in the autoexec
> to automatic logon the workstation as guest. The machines are running Win95
> and using the microsoft network logon protocol....
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Mike Diehl
> mdiehl at bucknell.edu
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