November 19th, 2001

Morgan Webb 2
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[Additional to FAQ: Windows Client] How Do I Quit the Auto-Login/Auto-Password on my Client?

How Do I Quit the Auto-Login/Auto-Password Feature of my Client?

To stop your client from automatically login into LiveJournal, you'll need to open up a new journal entry dialog box. Click on the LiveJournal menu (top left corner) and logout. This will give your client login dialog box. Uncheck the "auto-login" feature and log back in to accept the new settings. You can log out and close the client. Next time you restart the client, it will ask you to click on the login button.

If you want to remove the saved password feature, follow the same procedures as stopping the "auto-login" feature. This time uncheck the "saved-password". Log back in to accept the new settings, log out and client client. When you reactivate the client, it will no longer have the saved passwrd.
Morgan Webb 2
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[Additional to FAQ: Windows Client] How Do I Get a Delete a Username from Client?

How Do I Get a Delete a Username from Client?

You will need to modify the windows system registry. Warning: do this if you are comfortable with modify the windows registry.

1) click on start and run
2) type, 'regedit' in the command line
3) click on HKEY_CURRENT_USER
4) click on SOFTWARE
5) click on 'bradfitz.com'
6) click on 'LiveJournal'
7) click on 'UserList'
8) right click on the 'User_#' that corresponds to the user you want to delete and select delete.

optional:
9a) delete (on the left) the user_accountname that corresponds to the user you want to delete
9b) delete (on the left) the WindowsPos_accountname that corresponds to the user you want to delete.

When you're done... click on menu "Registry" and exit.