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No "Save Password" check box?

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June 27, 2005 2:56:19 PM

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I'm running XP Home edition on my laptop. When I take it to work and use it
on their network, I must log in to their proxy server to use the internet.
EVERY time I open IE, I must re-enter my server\username and password because
there is no "Save password" check box available. I understand that this can
be somehow turned on. The only solution to this that I've seen so far is for
XP professional. Any suggestions?

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Anonymous
June 27, 2005 11:01:08 PM

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Yes, get XP Professional. Since XP home can only use domain resources and
can't be a member of said domain, it doesn't have the proper registry keys
in order to save said password to.

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"Kari" <Kari@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> I'm running XP Home edition on my laptop. When I take it to work and use
> it
> on their network, I must log in to their proxy server to use the internet.
> EVERY time I open IE, I must re-enter my server\username and password
> because
> there is no "Save password" check box available. I understand that this
> can
> be somehow turned on. The only solution to this that I've seen so far is
> for
> XP professional. Any suggestions?
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