Enter in the credentials that will be used to log into the windows workstation account, this account does NOT need to exist as the tool is capable of setting up a new account (as administrator only). Note that the password is stored in plain text in the registry. Adjust the check boxes to your liking. They should be fairly straightforward. GroupWise shortcuts will only be updated if found in their default installation locations. ‘User cant change password’ modifies the local account to have the password locked.
Simply click remove on the right side, it will undo the registry changes. Please note that any accounts with locked passwords are not unlocked.
There is a slightly better way of storing the password I would assume in most cases it can be attained rather easily. Perhaps in the future I will implement it for those that are as strict as possible about security.
Windows 7. Those brave enough to try this with Vista may need Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.
Windows 7 Shared Setup 1.1 – (Download 73kb – Feb 29 2012)
NOTICE: This tool has not been working perfectly. Windows likes to store the user/id in a ‘semi’-protected area which this tool does somewhat differently. I recommend testing any accounts set up with this tool. Renaming of the desktop also appears to reset the login functionality.