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If you don't like using msconfig, try 'StartUpCPL', which is a free and tiny program available fromhttp://www.mlin.net/StartupCPL.shtml
, which allows you to simply turn on or off programs that run at start up time.
Best regards - Alan
Ian Deans wrote:
Pat, I have had three occasions where I have loaded the EKU software 4.5 on
my Vista Home Premium computer and had this problem. However on all
occasions disabling the PKIMonitor in startup has cured the problem.
Have you checked after following Eumetsat's instructions that the entry in
startup is not " ticked " and that the date disabled is clearly shown
against the entry. You should also check that there is not more than one
entry in startup. If you have loaded the software more than once you might
have multiple entries all of which need to be disabled.
If the entry or entries are disabled you will NOT get the password request.
Hope that helps.
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From: "pat0691" <email@example.com <mailto:pat0691%40yahoo.it>>
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Sent: Thursday, April 02, 2009 5:50 PM
Subject: [MSG-1] Vista and... E-Token password request
I upgrade my computer with Windows Vista and I install the new E-Token
program version (4.5).
There is any time the request of the password from E-Token program.
The Eumetst send me this message, but there is alwais a problem.
Any idea ???
eToken PKIMonitor frequently asking for password
- after installation of EKU software (PKIClient) version 4.5 or later
from time to time Etoken pops up a window requiring the password
- the PKIMonitor is running, however this feature is not used by the
disable the PKIMonitor with msconfig
- start - run, enter "msconfig", ok
- select the Startup tab
- disable "PKIMonitor", ok
- reboot the station
- after reboot a window will come up showing that something was changed,
check "Don't show..." and accept, close the open window and reboot