Date: Sat, 4 Sep 2004 20:28:56 -0600
With Windows 98...you can't.
For that type of security you need Windows XP or Windows 2000.
There may be 3rd party products for that.
Or you could set a BIOS password.
Check your motherboard/computer manual and/or contact the
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
"Greg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> How can I activate a password on a windows 98SE standalone
> system so that you MUST use a password to access the
> computer. I can set up a password, but all you have to do
> is hit escape or cancel and you bypass the login screen
> and get right into the system. I want it set up so that
> no password = no access!
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