So not sure how useful is anon's/Paul's fix. IE's Password Managernow supports autocompletion for the majority of logon forms. Reply EricLaw [ex-MSFT] says: April 6, 2010 at 11:43 am @Lumpy: Since you're clearly a pretty technical user, here's what you do: 1> Get RegMon or ProcMon from SysInternals. My logins would be remembered for weeks or months. http://urldt.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-cannot-save-jpg.html
the key for current user. Select the gear on the right side of the main toolbar and choose "Internet Options". I felt defeated by IE. Register Windows 7 Forum Forum Windows 8 Forums Tutorials Internet Explorer 11 Store your Passwords - Turn On or Off Internet Explorer 11 Store your Passwords - Turn On or Off
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 Make sure that you have the checkbox Delete browsing history on exit checkbox unchecked inside Tools > Internet Options > General . Click/tap on the Content tab, and click/tap on Settings under AutoComplete. (see screenshot below) 5. Do you have the “Windows Live Sign-in Helper” installed, for instance?
Will continue to test other sites. The only caveat, of course, is if the site doesn't allow spaces after the username, but it's usually not an issue. Please help Report Linds- Jun 23, 2009 09:37PM I just want to punch a damn hole right through my monitor. Internet Explorer Autocomplete Not Working Problem #6 is the most common problem—the website’s cookies are simply being cleared.
I've updated the text of "Case #4" in the blog post above to explain what's going on. Did you try putting the second textbox in a different webform?] Reply Gordon says: June 27, 2012 at 4:19 am Have not read the post but i found that when copy Just I did like this in addition to Auto Complete… Internet Options -- security tab -- Internet-Custom level -- scroll all the way down to …User Authentication - Logon - Check https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2500386 What auth protocols are being used?
Try it! Hkcu\software\microsoft\internet Explorer\intelliforms\storage2 CORRECTION: Issue #3 is only a problem for AutoComplete of non-login forms. Thanks again ! I am using Vista and never had problems with IE7.
Do step 2 or 3 below for how you would like to open Internet Options. 2. kasperski internet security 184.108.40.2066 ----------- ive read many threads on this issue, and still cannot resolve. Internet Explorer 11 Not Saving Passwords Until this is sorted, how can I revert to Internet Explorer 8? How To Save Password In Internet Explorer 10 Earlier I visited a number of websites; all remembered me as I had previously ticked the box to remember me.
i dont use that option, where i have other family members using myspace as well. -Have you added any sites to the Trusted Zone? have a peek at these guys Thanks. –Chris_K Dec 15 '09 at 15:19 add a comment| up vote 3 down vote Had the same problem and this what worked for me on IE11: Go to Internet Options Thanks for the registry solution! 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 How To Save Password In Internet Explorer 8 Automatically
Since i have Windows7 64bit Version i have this problem…… Reply Rob Broekhuis says: November 26, 2009 at 1:30 pm All sites that require http authentication are affected, including several sections Usernames And Passwords On Forms Greyed Out You _can_ tell facebook to keep you logged in via cookies, and that works. However, this dialog is shown only if the user types a new password in over a previously-autocompleted password.
It is sooo annoying. Helpful +35 Report alsanory Aug 5, 2009 07:20AM thank u man very very much,it is great solution.... I can not save any password and or LoginName and also can not change any presaved password... How To Save Username And Password In Google Chrome tomohawk Internet Explorer & Edge Forum 1 04-15-2011 09:44 AM IE9 (Issues: Logon, Sidebar, Sign in Assitant) Internet Explorer 9: Logon, Desktop Sidebar & Windows Live Sign in Assitant Issues Hi
I can't find anything on this topic - any pointers? We're using ASP.NET and the single form approach and IE doesnt't prompt to save the password. Regards Philipp - Aerono [EricLaw] For the affected user, what is seen inside Tools > Internet Options > Content Tab > AutoComplete Settings? this content For what it's worth, if the test page injects a script-created form by injecting markup using innerHTML, it appears to work correctly in IE.
I am not as quick with computers, and if I could understand how to fix this problem, I would do so. To Turn Off Store your Passwords for Websites in IE11 A) Under Passwords, move the Offer to save passwords when I log into sites to the left to turn it off, Reply j roberts says: December 15, 2009 at 5:43 am log in info was very interesting and i hope helpful. I did that, but still no success.
Best of luck. I had my SharePoint's site set to low security, but hadn't added the URL to the Sites list. Eric: I am asking if you know or have heard of this issue and if you have any ideas on how to get the the username and password to remain saved.