Re: user-level access control on win98

From: Lanwench (lanwench@nospamplease.yahoo.com)
Date: 05/26/02


From: "Lanwench" <lanwench@nospamplease.yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 26 May 2002 10:57:03 -0400


I think that was the implied meaning ... :-)

"Matt Barton" <mattyb77@newsguy.com> wrote in message
news:20020526093329.T40017-100000@jupiter.homeunix.net...
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> On Sun, 26 May 2002, Robert Moir wrote:
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> > You could set a bios password to stop someone switching the machine on.
> > Besides that, once the computer is on there is no fool proof way of
> > stopping someone logging into a Windows 98 machine.
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> BIOS passwords don't prevent someone from turning on the computer. You
> have to turn on the machine to enter the password. It keeps the operating
> system from booting.
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> Matt Barton mattyb77@newsguy.com
> Indianapolis, IN http://www.mattbarton.ws/
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