I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox. Are you running the latest Windows Updates? (Short answer is no: There's no known issue here. This is because, you opted for No, this keyword “No” is stored as an entry in the Password List. I've tested from other machines with IE8 and had no issues. http://swusf.org/internet-explorer/ie8-remember-my-password-not-working.html
Troubleshooting IE’s Forms Password Manager Internet Explorer actually has two password managers: the WinINET-provided password manager that remembers HTTP-based authentication credentials entered in the authentication popup window: …and a browser-specific When i typed them both in i am prompted. ??! I can not save any password and or LoginName and also can not change any presaved password... Reply gizmo says: November 26, 2009 at 4:52 am I have the same problem on some websides that the IE is not saving my passwords… I checked Eric´s solutions but they https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/306895
With thanks to Adam I have attempted the fix he details and I will see how this goes instead...at least this way I know what has been changed because I changed After hours of messing around with RegEdit + Yahoo Messenger + Microsoft’s Virtual PC I’ve found the problem and a solution to why apps like Msn Messenger suddenly can’t remember their Reply EricLaw [MSFT] says: April 18, 2011 at 11:15 am @Jon: Which boxes are checked inside Tools > Internet Options > Content > AutoComplete Settings?
Next, click on the Content tab and then click on Settings under the Autocomplete heading. It's when I REBOOT that all the saved credentials are wiped out. I have several sites that I log into that use cPanel - which employs a dialogue pop-up box, and asks to remember your username and password. Force Ie11 To Remember Password The word ‘No’ or data is stored as a list because you may have more than one username/password pair for a given page.
still the problem that my password not being saved. Internet Explorer 11 Saved Passwords Windows 7 Reply Michael says: August 1, 2011 at 5:18 pm @EricLaw I get the following: regedit.exe 5956 RegQueryValue HKCUSoftwarePoliciesMicrosoftInternet ExplorerControl PanelFormSuggest SUCCESS Type: REG_DWORD, Length: 4, Data: 0 and 10:10:49.5951895 AM regedit.exe A nice new virus or just a bug coming with the latest Windows update? Job done ;-) Helpful +0 Report Mack The Knife Jun 16, 2010 12:27PM For Firefox try: Tools/Options/Privacy, check Accept Cookies, open Exceptions, type in site name click Allow.
Reply EricLaw [MSFT] says: November 30, 2009 at 11:20 am @Dave: To get the prompt to come back on, click Tools / Internet Options / Content / AutoComplete Settings, and tick How To Get Internet Explorer To Remember Usernames And Passwords You can adjust both features from the browser's Internet Options utility. I don't know what is causing it to freeze and lock up, but I do know that when it comes back, my IE 8 has lost it's memory. My assumption is that your form contains more than one username box and one password box.
This seems to only be an issue for me on 3 or 4 specific forums, other forums the login is remembered. http://swusf.org/internet-explorer/ie-remember-me-not-working.html Select the "Apply" button and then click "OK." AutoComplete Open the Internet Options utility and click the "Content" tab. Try it! Because of this extraneous INPUT TYPE=TEXT control, IE assumes that this isn't a login form and does not offer to save the password. (Using Fiddler, I modified the Facebook homepage to Hkcu\software\microsoft\internet Explorer\intelliforms\storage2
While in the desktop IE11, click/tap on the Tools button, click/tap on the Internet Options icon, and go to step 4 below. (see screenshot below) 4. Turn_On_IE11_Store_Passwords_and_Ask.reg 3. I don't really remember when it stopped remembering passwords, but it didn't seem to matter which site I would log into, it just didn't ask me if I wanted to save his comment is here When I lauch my IE browser, it still makes me login liek I ahve never been there before BUT it promts me to save them and I say yes.
Public and Network Computers It is never a good idea to let any Web browser on a public computer that can be used by others to remember your password. Usernames And Passwords On Forms Greyed Out The Administrator disabled AutoComplete in your browser using Group Policy. Tweet Like Google+ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
yes, and settings are checked properly. -Or, is the problem that you do see the “Save password” prompt but it doesn’t seem to work? You didn't type any letters in the Username box (using drag/drop or copy/paste instead) 2013 Update: IE11 Shrinks this list significantly. A) Check the User names and passwords on forms and Ask me before saving passwords boxes, click/tap on OK, and go to step 9 below. (see screenshot below step 5) 7. How To Save Password In Internet Explorer 8 Automatically First open IE and then click on the gear icon at the top right and select Internet Options.
Type: regedit and go to: HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-796845957-926492609-725345543-1003\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders Set the value AppData to a data value of %USERPROFILE%\Application Data Helpful +58 Report anon Feb 19, 2010 09:54AM Sorry guys I should and yes, the correct boxes are checked in the autocomplete settings. no, it doesnt show anymore. -Or, is the problem that a “Remember me” box in the web page doesn’t seem to work? http://swusf.org/internet-explorer/hotmail-remember-my-password-not-working.html Reply dan bekker says: October 9, 2009 at 5:01 am and now it remembers my password again.
The unexpected consequence was that autocomplete stopped working. i keep telling these people that something is wrong with their forum that is messing up my ip address when it trys to login. The following two sections will discuss each problem and possible causes and solutions. Reply Barclay says: January 11, 2010 at 3:34 pm Solution here: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/InternetExplorer/thread/7a32cfdc-224d-444b-aa58-b4c570d2fa0c Reply Krishna Prasad., [email protected] says: January 24, 2010 at 11:16 am I resolved in my case, this issue with
When you enter a username for which you’ve stored a password, the password should automatically be filled in the appropriate box. Helpful +3 Report oblivia Sep 8, 2009 01:04AM Another workaround if IE won't save login details for some sites is simply to add the info to the url in your bookmark: temp internet points to the oldest cookie currently. about the only thing i havnt tried is uninstalling ie and reinstalling fresh.
Uncheck everything you don't want cleared each time Firefox closes--I only want it to clear my cache so that's the only box I checked.