Question about NEC MobilePro 900 Handheld
I created a new dial up connection with the “Save Password” option enabled. After performing a soft reset, the connection no longer works. I am unable to authenticate. I checked my username and it is correct but my password is missing. Why is this happening?
Posted by Anonymous on
After setting up the MobilePro 900 for the first time (or after a hard reset), a soft reset is required to correctly save the dial-up networking passwords for remote networking. If your MobilePro 900 is already configured with a RAS connection that will not authenticate, you can do the following to fix the issue: * 1. Use the stylus to depress the reset button located on the bottom of your MobilePro 900 and allow it to reboot. * 2. Tap Start a Programs a Communications a Remote Networking. * 3. Open the dial-up connection by double-tapping the icon, just as if you were going to connect. Ensure the user name is correct and re-type your password making sure there the “Save password” option is checked. * 4. Tap the “Connect” button to save your password. If you do not tap the connect button, the password will not be saved correctly.
Posted on Sep 14, 2005
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