So not sure how useful is anon's/Paul's fix. You may also want to select "Delete AutoComplete history…" if you wish to clear any passwords IE has already saved. Dave Reply Tricia says: December 26, 2009 at 10:41 am none of this helped me.. Password managers encourage strong, unique password creation per site, butunique, strong passwords are oftendifficult to remember and type on touch devices.If the browser doesn't offer to autocomplete a password, the user this content
Now then......how do I find this 'Paul' person and buy him a pint as a mark of thanks! Reply Robear Dyer, MS MVP says: September 12, 2009 at 7:37 pm "Over on the Microsoft Answers forum, some folks have reported that Internet Explorer doesn’t remember their login details…" Ditto Pixland/Pixland/Getty Images Related Articles [Internet Explorer] | How to Do Auto-Repair on Internet Explorer [Computer] | How to Set Your Computer to Remember Passwords [Passwords] | Recovering Passwords From Safari [Favorites] I started this site as a technical guide for myself and it has grown into what I hope is a useful reference for all.
it seemed to remember after i made a comment. It is also beneficial to have a prompt that stays while the next page loads, so you can click "remember" once you actually know you typed the correct password 🙂 Reply no, it doesnt show anymore. -Or, is the problem that a “Remember me” box in the web page doesn’t seem to work? i keep telling these people that something is wrong with their forum that is messing up my ip address when it trys to login.
about the only thing i havnt tried is uninstalling ie and reinstalling fresh. If you use the standard INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT button, you'll be prompted to save your password. Then how come Safari and Firefox are able to remember the password? How To Get Internet Explorer To Remember Usernames And Passwords http://www.glsbrakes.com/GLS_Login/check_cookie.php is a script to doulbe check for cookies.
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…. Related Articles Internet Explorer's Auto-Complete Password Doesn't Store the Password How to Get a Computer to Stop Remembering Incorrect Website Passwords How to Stop the AOL Automatic Sign-in Screen How to EXAMPLE: "Would you like to store your password for (website)?" prompt in IE11 NOTE: This is the "Ask me before saving passwords" message prompting you answer Yes, Not for this site, https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ieinternals/2009/09/10/why-wont-ie-remember-my-login-info/ However, this dialog is shown only if the user types a new password in over a previously-autocompleted password.
When you are browsing in IE8’s InPrivate Browsing mode, all persistent cookies are automatically downgraded to session cookies that expire on browser exit. Usernames And Passwords On Forms Greyed Out Unfortunately, even that form of troubleshooting is difficult because unless you happened to have Fiddler running at the time of the prompt, it’s usually too late (because the login form will Reply j roberts says: December 15, 2009 at 5:43 am log in info was very interesting and i hope helpful. The next time you visit the site and start entering your user name, Internet Explorer will finish filling in your account info.
Worked before. Reply Michael says: August 1, 2011 at 3:29 pm @EricLaw No policy exists that modifies that setting. Internet Explorer 11 Saved Passwords Windows 7 I have a disability and I need to do things over and over to get it, plus I don't live on my computer and need to get this fixed. Hkcu\software\microsoft\internet Explorer\intelliforms\storage2 What parameter isn't set right, or is it a glitch in IE.
Open the AutoComplete Settings window and then select the option to enable the browser to ask you before saving passwords. http://swusf.org/internet-explorer/ie-remember-me-not-working.html Don't forget about those users, please.
Thanks again. Or, is the problem that you do see the “Save password” prompt but it doesn’t seem to work? Report georgnik- Feb 10, 2010 10:43AM The MSN Messenger Problem is fixed. have a peek at these guys In terms of what automated tools can do, no idea) Reply EricLaw [ex-MSFT] says: September 11, 2009 at 11:32 am @Charles: The lack of prompt on Facebook is actually not related
Are you sure it's not a site to steel your passwords? How To Save Username And Password In Google Chrome Reply Snoopy says: February 9, 2010 at 10:15 am 1 more thing i wanted to mention.. Thank you for the post though, helped me with another plaguing issue unrelated but this is the answer!
In IE9+, it is replaced by a notification bar at the bottom of the screen that offers the same options: If you do not see this prompt after submitting a HTML And you lose persistent cookies for *all* sites, or only that one? Do you see the checkbox on the password dialog? Internet Explorer 11 Not Saving Passwords Windows 10 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.
Reply EricLaw [ex-MSFT] says: December 11, 2009 at 3:41 pm @Michael: What does "it is not allowing me to save any new ones" mean specifically? i have two face book cookies. Click/tap on the Content tab, and click/tap on Settings under AutoComplete. (see screenshot below) 5. check my blog Tutorials All times are GMT -5.
Instructions may vary slightly or significantly with other versions of the browser. Close and restart Internet Explorer for the changes to take effect. Is your URL public?) - Not sure. IE’s password manager takes into account the URL (specifically the hostname + folder path + filename, not including the query string or fragment) and the name of the form fields.
Only for my site. Being a member gives you detailed monitoring of your requests. It is just her's that looses the settings. I see that the registry location where the password is stored is encrypted..
Is your URL public?) Reply Mathan says: September 13, 2010 at 10:59 pm @EricLaw, Are you saying you lose *persistent* cookies when navigating to this page?