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Windows 7: Ways to override disabled pasting of passwords in IE on some sites?

06 May 2017   #1
dc2000

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Ways to override disabled pasting of passwords in IE on some sites?

We're forced to use Internet Explorer on our Windows 7 Pro in the small business office (due to its integration with Windows group policy restrictions.)

We're also using LastPass as a password manager to generate and store our passwords. It's kinda clunky but it works for most of the time.

Except sometimes, some "very clever" websites, decide to disable pasting into text boxes and thus making me manually type the password. Which, as you see, could be quite a pain to do:



So I was wondering if there's an app or an extension for IE to override this stupidity and let me paste text into an edit box of my choosing?


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06 May 2017   #2
Callender

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

I can't really comment on LastPass for IE (LastPass Desktop installed app)

In Firefox using the browser extension (LastPass Desktop not installed)

Download LastPass | LastPass

I had the same kind of problem. The solution was to click the LastPass button in the Toolbar and use "Sites" from the drop-down menu to select problem sites where auto login didn't work properly.

EDIT: Click "Sites" and a panel hopefully appears. Try clicking the site name in that panel.

Try enabling the toolbar to see if it offers a similar option.

Please Enable Your LastPass Internet Explorer Browser Plugin

Expand The LastPass Toolbar | Bruceb News
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