If you're still using a dial-up connection to access the Internet, but you can't remember the login details saved into Windows, Dialupass can lend you a hand in this regard.
This lightweight application has been designed to scan the computer and detect all dial-up accounts, displaying them in a very clean interface along with all available information.
The main window is being used to show dial-up accounts information, so you can thus see entry name, phone and host, username and password, domain, password owner, password owner SID, phonebook file and password strength.
Right-clicking on any of the available entries lets you save and copy selected items, copy the password or generate a HTML report either with the selected or all items.
Jumping into “Advanced Options” gives access to even more features, allowing you to extract the dialup password list from the local system and use a specific phonebook file. In addition, you can also extract the dialup password list from an external instance of Windows, but in this case you need to define the Windows directory and the profiles base folder.
While Dialupass works just fine on all Windows versions, there's one important thing to be noted: it requires administrator privileges on Windows 7, as this is the only way to reveal dial-up passwords.
All in all, Dialupass does what it says and provides quite an easy to use interface with very effective tools. There's no help file available in the package, but in most cases you don't even need one since everything's so intuitive.