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Thread: Internet Explorere does not remember passwords or credentials

  1. #21
    comvigo is offline New Member
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    Hi, check your browser settings in internet option where you get a option to remember password on forms, check and save it to solved your problem.


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    iphonec3 is offline New Member
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    Hi... Guys...

    'm using Vista with IE7. With some sites it remembers my password but with most I have to type it in. I've checked the obvious things and everything seems to be set right. Any ideas?

    Thanks
    Jasmine

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    theidiot is offline New Member
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    Default I have found the answer to this problem

    You need to google this

    IE PassView - Password Manager Program for Internet Explorer

    It should be the first in the list and is from Nirsoft.

    Download, install and run the program.

    The program will show all remembered passwords. Find the website that won't allow you to save the password from the list. The entry for this site will have a blank field. The reason ie9 is not remembering your password is that it already thinks it knows it.

    Right click the entry and select delete.

    Restart ie9.

    The browser will now offer to remember the password.

    If you'd rather not download anything. Open regedit, Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\IntelliForms

    Open the two subkeys. You will see a lot of hex. Decode it and delete the appropriate DWord.

    Good luck!
    Last edited by theidiot; 14th December 2011 at 19:11.

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    CEFreeman is offline New Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by theidiot View Post
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    If you'd rather not download anything. Open regedit, Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\IntelliForms

    Open the two subkeys. You will see a lot of hex. Decode it and delete the appropriate DWord.

    Good luck!
    Huh? I'm having the same troubles here with W7 & IE9. My settings are appropriate, I've run scripts to update corrupted files, and am about ready to kill myself. In all the years I've been using and building systems, this has me pulling out my hair.

    I am unable to decode hex. Could someone please be more specific?
    Thanks.

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    Lolu1 is offline New Member
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    It's too dangerous for browsers to remember password, except if the gadget is determined not to be passed to another user...I do that at times though

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