Which log-on type in Network settings??

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by fredcromer, May 6, 2004.

  1. fredcromer

    fredcromer Guest

    I have an old PC,4 gig HD, 64MB, 333Mhz, running WindowsME...I had usuall
    problems, but then in controlpanel/network...it gives me the option of 3
    different logon types..1.windows family logon..2.client for microsoft
    network, and 3.(although not on the small screen,above)..windows logon.(in
    the drop-down-box)....no-one else uses my computer, so which do i have??, I
    know i used to have the family one.....then that option dissapeared 1 day,
    and i used the 'client for MS' one...and everything seemed OK, so what's the
    difference and which is best in my case....THANKS , I hope you can
    HELP....All the Best....FRED
     
    fredcromer, May 6, 2004
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  2. fredcromer

    Eric Guest

    Windows Family Logon is for local PC only. Suppose your PC is shared with
    your family members. You could have different user's profile for desktop
    setting.
    Client for Microsoft Network is for network use. Suppose you have 2 or more
    PCs connected together, you could setup Microsoft network for all your PCs.
    It could also used for office network too.
    Window s Login is a option of Client for Microsoft Network.
    Client for Microsoft Network sometimes may have to be used for the Internet
    access.

    If you are only the one using this PC, uninstall Family Logon.

    Eric

    "fredcromer" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I have an old PC,4 gig HD, 64MB, 333Mhz, running WindowsME...I had usuall
    > problems, but then in controlpanel/network...it gives me the option of 3
    > different logon types..1.windows family logon..2.client for microsoft
    > network, and 3.(although not on the small screen,above)..windows logon.(in
    > the drop-down-box)....no-one else uses my computer, so which do i have??,

    I
    > know i used to have the family one.....then that option dissapeared 1 day,
    > and i used the 'client for MS' one...and everything seemed OK, so what's

    the
    > difference and which is best in my case....THANKS , I hope you can
    > HELP....All the Best....FRED
    >
    >
     
    Eric, May 7, 2004
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