How can I make Windows 10 remember my username and password for dial-up connection to the internet?

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I upgraded to windows 10 recently and this is pissing me off hard. I made a connection called RDS, and when I start up the PC I click on the connections icon > RDS > Dial-up > Connect and it asks me for the username and password which I have to type in every time and it takes a **** lot of time because

I upgraded to windows 10 recently and this is pissing me off hard. I made a connection called RDS, and when I start up the PC I click on the connections icon > RDS > Dial-up > Connect and it asks me for the username and password which I have to type in every time and it takes a **** lot of time because they are long and messy. I see no option to make it remember them. Any way to do it?

Other answer:

David:
Open Network & Sharing Center.

Click on the link "Set up a new connection or network".

Select the first option "Connect to the Internet"

Go through the following sections to identify the network interface and enter the username and password for the connection.

That should be it.

Micheal Cullis:
Create a profile in Network Connections and enter your username/pass into that.
Skoda John:
Who still uses dial up.
It is too slow for most things.
Patrick:
;in'ln

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