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win XP & MSN

Postby Dalvi » Mon, 20 Sep 2004 17:01:14 GMT

Hi there,

In my Pc I reconfiured some accounts (local) and add some 
restrictions in registry to prevent/monitor internet 
surfing for other new accounts. Afetr this now MSN stopped 
accepting my login.  I cannot check my mails in hotmail.
Same password works from other PC.

Please let me know how to reconfigure MSN so that it will 
take fresh settings?

Thakns and regard.

Re: win XP & MSN

Postby Jonathan Kay [MVP] » Mon, 20 Sep 2004 21:22:50 GMT

Greetings Dalvi,

There's not much "built-in" to Windows to do this besides some Internet Explorer policy 
settings, exactly what restrictions did you use?
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