Windows 10: Dial up connection problem after installing Creators Update


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    Windows 10 Home,64-bit, Version 1803, Build 17134.254
       14 Apr 2017 #1

    Dial up connection problem after installing Creators Update


    I use a Dial Up Broadband connection which has been set up by User ID & Password provided by the ISP. After "Clean Install" of Creators Update, whenever I try to connect to Internet a window pops-up "Windows Security", where I have to enter the User ID & Password again before I can connect. This is a new problem not faced earlier even after "Normal" Update of Creators Update over earlier builds of Windows 10. Is there any way out for "saving" the User ID & Password somewhere?
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