Click "start" to bring up the main menu system and navigate to "control Panel" to perform the operation delete network password.
Select User Accounts (Windows XP) or open the link User Accounts and Family Safety and select User Accounts (Windows Vista).
Select the account and click Manage my network passwords in the dialog box (for Windows XP) or open the link Manage Your network passwords (Windows Vista).
Select you want to delete the account from the list and click Remove button to complete the operation, delete the selected network password.
Return to the main menu "start" and go to "Run" for the implementation of the alternative method remove the network password (for Windows XP).
Enter the value of the control userpasswords in the Open box and click OK to confirm the command (for Windows XP).
Go to the "Advanced" tab in the dialog box, and then click "Manage passwords" (Windows XP).
Select you want to delete the password in the list and click "Remove" (for Windows XP).
Run by simultaneously pressing the keys WIN+R to bring up the main menu of the operating systems Windows 7 and enter a value netplwiz in the search box (Windows 7).
Tab control user passwords in the dialog box, and specify you want to delete the network password (for Windows 7).
Click the "Delete" button to complete the operation (for Windows 7).
Use the tool Command line for another method of removing selected network password: go back to the main menu "start" and click "Run."
Enter the value of cmd in the Open box and click OK to confirm the command to start the utility.
Enter the value for net use to identify all connected users or use the command net use * /del to delete the selected user records.
Press Enter to apply the selected changes.