User ID ASP.NET machine A

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Can anyone tell me what this user ID is for? "ASP.NET machine A"
I have the zd7188 , HP help couldnt tell me what is for but that I shouldnt
remove it.
T.Day
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    The Microsoft.NET Framework is a relatively recent component of the Windows
    operating system. It provides a new programming model that makes it easy
    for developers to rapidly create powerful new software, and allows
    developers to mix and match programming languages. For example, RSS
    Readers require that you have the Microsoft.Net Framework installed on
    your computer. It may be installed in a Windows computer in one of three
    ways:

     It may have been already installed with the version of Windows
    that came with your new computer when you purchased it.
     It has probably been installed if you have your computer system
    properties set to automatically download and install Windows updates.
     You may have manually installed the Windows update known as
    "Microsoft.NET Framework version 1.1".

    When Microsoft.NET Framework is installed, it creates a user account on
    your computer named ASP.NET Machine A and it is a Password Protected user
    account with Limited Privileges. That account is used by applications
    (enabled by Microsoft.NET Framework) to run in a lower and therefore a
    more secure context then running under your account (which may be an
    administrator or some other highly privileged account). Removal or
    modification of this account may break any Microsoft.NET Framework
    applications … of which there are already a few out there and
    significantly more are on their way. SO DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE OR
    RENAME THE ASP.NET Machine A AND DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FIND OR CHANGE ITS
    PASSWORD.

    Once that ASP.NET Machine A user account is on your machine, it may result
    in your having to furnish your own user account name and/or password every
    time the computer is re-booted … and that can quite annoying if you have
    never had to do that before the ASP.NET Machine A user account was
    created. To correct that annoying situation:

     Your user account must have Administrator privileges (or else
    you may have to get help from a user that does have such privileges).
     Click on Start and then click on Run. Type in "Control
    Userpasswords2" (without the " " marks) and then click on "OK".
     Uncheck the box labeled "Users must enter a user name and
    password to use this computer". Then press "Apply".
     You will then be prompted to furnish your user name and password.
    If you don't have a password, just leave those inputs blank.
     Then click on "OK".

    If you have done everything correctly, you will no longer have to furnish
    your user account name and/or password every time your computer is
    re-booted.
  2. Archived from groups: comp.sys.hp.hardware (More info?)

    The Microsoft.NET Framework is a relatively recent component of the Windows
    operating system. It provides a new programming model that makes it easy
    for developers to rapidly create powerful new software, and allows
    developers to mix and match programming languages. For example, RSS
    Readers require that you have the Microsoft.Net Framework installed on
    your computer. It may be installed in a Windows computer in one of three
    ways:

     It may have been already installed with the version of Windows
    that came with your new computer when you purchased it.
     It has probably been installed if you have your computer system
    properties set to automatically download and install Windows updates.
     You may have manually installed the Windows update known as
    "Microsoft.NET Framework version 1.1".

    When Microsoft.NET Framework is installed, it creates a user account on
    your computer named ASP.NET Machine A and it is a Password Protected user
    account with Limited Privileges. That account is used by applications
    (enabled by Microsoft.NET Framework) to run in a lower and therefore a
    more secure context then running under your account (which may be an
    administrator or some other highly privileged account). Removal or
    modification of this account may break any Microsoft.NET Framework
    applications … of which there are already a few out there and
    significantly more are on their way. SO DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE OR
    RENAME THE ASP.NET Machine A AND DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FIND OR CHANGE ITS
    PASSWORD.

    Once that ASP.NET Machine A user account is on your machine, it may result
    in your having to furnish your own user account name and/or password every
    time the computer is re-booted … and that can quite annoying if you have
    never had to do that before the ASP.NET Machine A user account was
    created. To correct that annoying situation:

     Your user account must have Administrator privileges (or else
    you may have to get help from a user that does have such privileges).
     Click on Start and then click on Run. Type in "Control
    Userpasswords2" (without the " " marks) and then click on "OK".
     Uncheck the box labeled "Users must enter a user name and
    password to use this computer". Then press "Apply".
     You will then be prompted to furnish your user name and password.
    If you don't have a password, just leave those inputs blank.
     Then click on "OK".

    If you have done everything correctly, you will no longer have to furnish
    your user account name and/or password every time your computer is
    re-booted.
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