Re: blank password
Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 00:31:02 +0100
Although, it is correct what JoeWare (LOL) said, you can set the password
length to zero by changing the following registry key:
06 <----- Default
00 <----- Change to
If you are unable to change the registry key because you are restricted, you
use the newsgroup via Outlook Express & you have the .NET 1.1 Framework
installed, I can knock up a small application that I can attach that will
change it to zero length passwork at a simple key press using registry
permissions. Although, if you are an administrator you should know all the
above anyway & have access to the key.
I hope this helps
BA (HONS) MCP MCSE
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