I am surprised by the confrontational tone of your latest reply.
You actually replied before anyone on the other forum, and I think it is great that you are willing to give your time to help other people who need it. I have no issue with you at all (apart from your last comment).
Some feedback, though that may be able to further improve your responses to other people:
1 - I felt a bit over-loaded by your first 3 responses (within half an hour), as I am not desperately technical myself, and also the suggestions seemed to be a stream of thought, so I didn't really know where to begin with them.
2 - It didn't seem to be totally related to what I was saying. You wrote, "you say it asks for a user name and password", but I hadn't said that.
3 - I presented my problem in good faith in the best way I could. If you were really willing to help, you would identify what information was missing and guide me to give it to you, rather than giving a stream of suggestions and then retrospectively complaining that you didn't have enough info in the first place. This is what happened on the other forum - I gave the same info at the start, but the person helping me was able to very efficiently guide me, by asking further questions and directing me to run tools and create logs for him. It was very easy to solve the problem that way.