This article will help you with saving passwords in Windows in order to eliminate being prompted over and over for your login information when attempting to access mapped drives, file shares, or your Hosted Exchange account. *Note that NTLM Auth is required for the RPC connection. Also, this WILL NOT WORK in Windows Home Editions.
->Using the Run command, type in “control keymgr.dll” without the quotes.
In this area you are able to add/save usernames and passwords for any domain/workgroup including using the mail server for your Hosted Exchange account.
Example when adding a credential:
-server.domain.local or server or hostname.domain.com (If all else fails, use *.domain.com or *.domain.local then login, click Save Password one more time and it will work!)
-domain\username or email address
Hope this helps.
This works on most wireless routers I have tried. Linksys WRT54G(s) & D-Link DI-614+/524+. For some reason, wireless routers are cheaper than access points.
1. First, connect a PC to the new wireless router. Set the LAN IP of the router to an available IP on the network. Example: 192.168.1.2. Disable the DHCP service, as well. Leave the WAN settings alone.
2. Connect a LAN port of the new router to a LAN connection on the existing network.
The clients gets an IP assigned from the primary router and can communicate with other machines on the network. Routing and WAN capabilities are simply not used.