removing password prompt

  Florio 13:30 15 Mar 2009

A lot of sites I regularly vist (including this forum!!) require a password and username; one of these is the webmail server I use for work.
We've all had to change our username and password, but the website naturally prompts me for the old ones. Is there any way to get rid of the prompt and memorise the new username and passworld without having to clear ALL the other usernames and passwords stored on my PC?
I'm running Vista Home Premium.

  mfletch 18:26 15 Mar 2009


Click Start and type Run in the Search field. Press Enter.

Type in rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr and click OK.

The Stored User Names and Passwords dialog box will appear.

You can remove an entry by selecting it from the list and clicking the Remove button.

Click Close.

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  Florio 20:15 15 Mar 2009

Many thanks mfletch. This solution would/should have been perfect, except the particular site I'm interested isn't listed (suprisingly, only 5 sites were shown, even if I have over 20 amongst my favourites for which I have to enter with username and password). Looks like I'll have to erase all of them and then slowly reset the usernames and passwords!!

  mfletch 16:27 16 Mar 2009

I use this click here Roboform when the trial runs out it becomes free but you can only use 10 passwords but for me that is enough

It more secure than the one in IE

One click and it takes you to the site you want and automatically signs you in

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