Enter Network Password - how do I delete?

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geezerview

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On starting up my computer, I now get a message that says:
"Enter your name for Microsoft Networking"
Below that is User Name - "Preferred Customer"
and below that is Password - blank.
I have simply clicked the "Cancel" button to get past this, but until today, I have never had this pop up message.
How do I get rid of it? I don't intent to use Networking.
This all happened after I downloaded an upgrade to Adobe Acrobat Reader.
I tried System Restore but that didn't work.
 

geezerview

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Thanks, Bob Lin, for the auto-logon info. I will try some of the suggestions.
Reply to Bob Cerelli, I'm running Windows Me.
 

geezerview

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OK, I'm back again with the same question. The Howtonetworking link didn't really help me, or maybe it was too technical for me. There was some advice about editing the Registry. I don't know where to start with this.
This dialogue box problem might also have started because I have just begun ADSL service.
Any and all advice is welcome.
 

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Thanks Bob,
I first tried to find TweakUI on Microsoft downloads but didn't find it. Then, you supplied the link.
However, I changed the logon to Windows Logon instead of "Client for Microsoft Networks" and that solved the problem.
Thanks for your generous advice and help.
 
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