"How Do I Disable Windows Logon Window?"
Frankly, the side effect of removing the MS Client in the Network Control Panel will do this, but you may not be happy that you must enter the password to your ISP from now on.
The usual fix is simple but does NOT disable the logon, but merely logs on without bothering the user. No tweakui is needed.
1. Find and delete the .PWL files in C:\Windows
2. In the Network Control Panel, set the logon to Windows. (Reboot.)
3. For the last time enter a NAME, but do not touch the password or cancel button. If you do, go to Step 1.
4. Click OK.
It shouldn't bother you again and you will have the benefit of Windows remembering other passwords. I do not know how to get all the benefits and not have Step 3 removed.
First Question: Win98
How can I get rid of that Windows Logon that appears before the desktop is loaded? There is no "Process Logon Script 00 00 00 00" in the registry under the HKey_Local_Machine\Network\Logon, so I cannot change that. Is there another avenue I can take? The machine has only 64 MB RAM, so I am reluctant to d/l any additional programs like TweakUI.
Second question: WinMe IE5.5 SP2
When I open IE, and my homepage cannot be displayed, is there a way to tell if the problem is caused by my ISP being down, or could it be attributed to an aging IE 5.5?