|20 Feb 2012||#1|
Credential Manager won't save my new password even after changing it
Credential manager keeps remembering my old password for any network addresses I want to connect to. It uses this password on any network address I type in and doesn't allow me to change it even after deleting all the credentials(i.e romove from vault) and creating them manually. How I know its the old password is because there is no change in length and yet the new password I'd want it to save is shorter/longer. See attached jpeg file.
I'm running windows 7 ultimate x64.
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|29 May 2012||#2|
I have exactly the same problem: credentials manager remembers and old password. Even if I delete the credential, when i sotre it again (tickling on "Remember my credentials") the password that is stored is that same old password, not the new ine that I am typing again and again...
It is amazing how many very basic things just don't work in Windows 7.
How is it possible that the old password is still there if I have deleted many times the credentials ???!!!
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