Network password

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Linksys
Network access
Networking
I would like to know how to disable a network password that I have to type in every time. I'm the only one that uses this computer.

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Linksys E1000

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  • Kevin Beaver
    How do you mean? When are you prompted? Is it an OS or an application login prompt? More info would be helpful.
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  • TomLiotta
    And if it's disabled, you won't be able to use the PC because you won't be able to log on. The question isn't clear. -- Tom
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  • tomyslady1
    I'm so sorry , the password is for my Windows 7 log on. Is it a good idea to leave it as is, incase my computer is stolen? Also, I have 2 other log on icons on my desktop, one is for a guest. How do I eliminate them?
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  • TomLiotta
    If it's your PC, then it's probably not a network password. If it's your personal logon to the PC, you either already have administrator rights or you know the Administrator password. You can delete the Guest user profile with administrator rights; and if you have no use for any 'guest' user, it's probably a good idea to delete it. See Delete a user account for guidance.
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    It's probably not a good idea to remove a password from a profile after one has been set. Consider having an automatic logon to Windows 7 before choosing to remove the password.
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