To remove all cached passwords for a user, you can delete the file "
USERNAME is that person's username on your computer. If you
do not wish to affect all cached passwords, you can use an application called
Password List Editor that is provided on the Windows 95 CD.
The following information is taken from the Windows 95 Resource Kit Help file provided by Microsoft:
If password caching is enabled, Windows 95 caches passwords in the password
list file when you connect to a password-protected network resource. Password
List Editor (PWLEDIT) allows you to view the resources listed in a user's
password list file (
*.PWL). It does not allow you to view the
actual passwords, but it allows you to remove specific password entries if
problems are encountered using a cached password.
Password List Editor works only if the password list file is unlocked, that is, if the user is logged on. It can be used to view only the contents of the logged-on user's password list file, so you should run it on the user's computer.
Password List Editor can be found in the
directory on the Windows 95 compact disc.
ADMIN\APPTOOLS\PWLEDIT\PWLEDIT.INF, and then click OK.
From the Start menu, click Run. Then enter:
If the above options do not provide enough security for you, download Access manager for Windows.
Access manager provides much more security than standard ways in Windows.
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