June 1, 2011 Reply ofir @ 4:29 am thanks! I made the mistake of telling a new website to not save the password (because I wasn't sure of the password). This feature is designed to save you time and effort when surfing the Internet by suggesting matches as you type text into the Address text box or forms on Web pages. The Forms-Based Password Manager prompts you to save your password when it recognizes that you’ve filled in a login form. his comment is here
It is quite common for users to confuse Autocomplete with Autofill, but they are not the same. I have not clue.. Don't forget about those users, please.
Reply EricLaw [MSFT] says: April 18, 2011 at 11:15 am @Jon: Which boxes are checked inside Tools > Internet Options > Content > AutoComplete Settings? Ensure you have the latest updates for your browser using WindowsUpdate. Next, click on the Content tab and then click the AutoComplete button in the Personal Information panel.
While there are tools that would allow the current user to decrypt this information, those tools are not produced or recommended by Microsoft. I have all of the boxes ticked (except for use windows search and feeds) in the Autocomplete Settings button. Help! How To Save Password In Internet Explorer 10 I have encountered several sites which suffer from one or both of these problems.
The Open box in the Run dialog box accessed from the Start menu, or the Open dialog box accessed from the File menu in IE? Internet Explorer 11 Won't Save Passwords Close the Settings window when you are finished. Pro: This allows you to take advantage of AutoComplete to aid you in entering your user name, but won't compromise your security by automatically filling in your password for an unauthorized Case #7 occurs when your Administrator uses Group Policy to disable the AutoComplete feature.To see the Group Policy settings, click on Start andtype gpedit.msc to launch the Group Policy viewer.Browse through
before Microsoft comes to their senses Are your dual monitors taking up too much space on your desk? Hkcu\software\microsoft\internet Explorer\intelliforms\storage2 I have tried the solution of going to Tools>Internet Options>Content>Auto Complete>Settings and checking the box, "Ask Me Before Saving Passwords." But it was already checked! And now there doesn't seem to be any way to make IE8 ask me again so I can say "yes." Even deleting all the history doesn't reset this. the question is: How do I get IE to ask me if I want it to remember my password if I have already said no to that question?
It doesn't matter what you do with the password, but you must either type one character in the username field, or use the TAB key to exit it. http://swusf.org/internet-explorer/ie8-remember-my-password-not-working.html IE does not ask for me to save the password on EVERY site i logon, so gmx.net or live.com and on the intranet. Reply Shawn Flecken says: February 26, 2010 at 7:20 am But what about this problem: I go to a website and enter my username and password -- no offer to remember Now I cannot change it so that that client's login autocompletes the password. Ie11 Autocomplete Not Working
What addons are listed inside Tools > Manage Add-ons? When it comes back up the browser has forgotten all cookies, history and saved passwords. Pro: This can be a real time saver?especially if you can't remember the exact spelling of a word in the URL. weblink Check the policies for"Disable Autocomplete for Forms" and "Turn on the auto-complete feature for user names and passwords on forms." Alternatively, close IE, start Process Monitor, and filter for registry reads
IE will prompt you to remember your passwords be default. Internet Explorer Autocomplete Not Working March 27, 2009 Reply sundar @ 7:03 am Hi , I am still not getting the save password option i tried in internet explore 7 , and tried various option for Or, is the problem that you do see the “Save password” prompt but it doesn’t seem to work? - no, i have this feature disabled by choice Or, is the problem
Reply Michael says: December 11, 2009 at 4:40 pm UPDATE: After making an edit to one password manually, I have since been able to save another password through the website…. See disclaimer. Anyways I still have this problem. How To Get Internet Explorer To Remember Usernames And Passwords Why is it just my domain?
any website i go to never remembers me like facebook…and i get on often so its not the logging in often part…and its not just facebook…myspace…espn…and others Reply l2k man says: In Regedit, I don't have a Storage2, only a Storage1. Photo Credits BananaStock/BananaStock/Getty Images Related Searches Tech for Learning What Should I Do if I Forgot My Instagram Name? check over here Soon as I close explorer and reopen I have to sign in agian.
In addition, if a page is not coded properly, IE may not recognize that the page contains a login form requesting a password. Reply EricLaw [MSFT] says: February 11, 2010 at 11:43 am @Dan: Sorry, IE 6,7, and 8 don't offer an option to allow the autocomplete feature to be used when a HTTPS-delivered and for now my login is working on this computer. YES And you lose persistent cookies for *all* sites, or only that one?
As you can see, it's very easy to enable or disable AutoComplete settings and even clear the history lists. Issues #2 to #5 are under the control of the website, although most users won't know that (I’ve mentioned this before). it was remembering the password. Do you have the “Windows Live Sign-in Helper” installed, for instance?
January 11, 2010 Reply Carlos Jimenez @ 12:17 pm Great I saved the password, and since I use my computer to access the information I'm fine…Now I decided to use another March 15, 2010 Reply Norm @ 7:07 am how do i get autocomplete to save passwords without being prompted everytime? The Web-Addresses and Drop-Down Menus work, but it does not work for User Names and Forms. close and open again; * Go to Internet Options and under Content click on AutoComplete Settings; * Tick Forms and User names and passwords in forms and click OK and Apply;
Ade @ 2:24 am As I watch, A lot of people doesn't like to save passwords but also a lot want to do so for comfort on the net. Could it be the SSL? I can't find anything on this topic - any pointers?