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If Jeremy could only get the code changed so that an attempt to start a "Help Me" thread would display in big flashing red letters "Can't you be bothered to read the instructions? One More Time: DO NOT POST with the subject Help Me !!!!!!!!!"
Unfortunately, that would probably result in moral outrage and a call to their congresswomen. =/
Windows administrator Unknown Username Or Bad Password
I then went through 10 pages of hits, looking through the ones with promising descriptions. I then whittled them down to these by reading through each one and selecting those that would seem to me to spell out a plain solution. I helped him out and learned something in the process. I have not tried to implement this solution, as I don't have his problem, but if he attempts this and runs into errors, we can repeat the procedure until he succeeds. If you read through the links, following a "tree" of references cited, I feel you would agree.