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ASP.NET password protected account on my comp?? how??

by stan / July 11, 2005 8:44 AM PDT

Hey all

Win XP sp2 +all recent updates
AMD Sempron 2600+
512MB ram

I just realiaed that there is a limited user account on my comp(through the control panel "User accounts" icon)

I know its something to do with microsoft, but does anyonr know what its for and should I delete or keep it.

thanks

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It's part of the .NET Framework
by Yew / July 11, 2005 9:38 AM PDT

It's also harmless, if not mildly annoying if it disrupts the automatic login.

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Re: ASP.NET password protected account on my comp?? how??
by lath / July 11, 2005 2:37 PM PDT

if you still want to keep it, without having problem with auto login, then just delete it (delete account and files). Next, run the update again to reinstall it. This time the ASP.NET account will not be created.

Lath

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