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Hi all,
I have posted this email to a number of message boards - to no avail :( ..
So, I am sincerely hoping that someone can provide some input here .....

Everytime I sign into Microsoft Help & Support using .Net Passport I have an
option to 'tick' a box so that I can be logged in automatically in future.
However, this never works ...? Despite 'ticking' the appropriate box I am
always asked during subsequent logins to re-enter my particular login detail
..... I encounter similar problems with other web resources using a similar
login process ...

I am sure other users are having, or have experienced, similar issues? And I
am guessing there is a simple workaround ....It was suggested by a colleague
that the problem may be related to the security sone (ie security is set too
high). I have since moved the URL for Microsoft Message boards into the
'Trusted zone' (where security setting is lower) but this didn't work .....

Would really appreciate some assistance, as the issue is driving me mad!!!!
Can anyone help?

Thx in advance,

Jul 21 '05 #1
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