WIN 98 Users

  GazMaz 23:13 11 Apr 2003

Can you delete all users from WIN98, I've tried but am told you cannot delete setting's for current user.

Doh, if I delete the others and am only left with one how do I get rid of the one remaning user?

  User-312386 23:19 11 Apr 2003

i assume you mean for the passwords?

What you have to do is go to the passwords, select change and then type the original password and then leave the new one blank

now delete all accounts and thats it


  GazMaz 23:24 11 Apr 2003

No I want to get rid of the profiles no user sign on!

  GazMaz 23:28 11 Apr 2003

Sorry thats so no user sign on when first opening Windows

  GazMaz 23:29 11 Apr 2003

Ah sorry didn't read your note in full will try that!

  GazMaz 23:39 11 Apr 2003

Tried it sorry didn't work still would not let me delete the user logged on me!

  User-312386 00:06 12 Apr 2003

i will look for you

i now have XP so i am getting a little rusty in the 98 dept


  User-312386 00:09 12 Apr 2003

To add the Microsoft Family Logon network client, follow these steps:

Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double- click Network.

On the Configuration tab, click Add.
Click Client, and then click Add.

Click Microsoft, click Microsoft Family Logon, and then click OK.
Under Primary Network Logon, click Microsoft Family Logon, and then click OK.

NOTE: The Microsoft Family Logon dialog box does not appear at startup if the client has not been chosen as the primary network logon.

  User-312386 00:10 12 Apr 2003


do the opposite from above

delete the user account

  User-312386 00:12 12 Apr 2003

delete the "The Microsoft Family Logon "

i can not remember what it is called but i think there is a drop down bar and select single user or something like that anyway


  GazMaz 00:24 12 Apr 2003

OK thanks done that great got rid of them users. Now I've got a Microsoft network sign on at boot up, do I have to delete the Client for Microsoft networks as well?

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