Problem started with Win XP.
When I entered my password to access the ISP (which is 7 characters) it logged on fine, if I saved the password, the next time I logged on and the D.U.N box came up there where 16 (****************) in the password box instead of 7. This was not a problem as I did not save, now I have put another computer on as a client and access the internet from that machine the dial up fails to verify username or password as of course the password is not entered on Main machine.
If I put password on Main machine it fails again because it sees it as the wrong password.
The client machine does not ask which ISP you want to use as this was done on setting network, niether does it ask for password. It just dials on main machine when you click I.E or Outlook Express etc.
So the only way I can access the net is to log on using main machine by entering password and then use I.E from client machine, this is not a major problem just annoying.
If I could find out where the password is stored in a readable form in the registry I could maybe edit????