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    Save the Login data requested during switching from a local to a Microsoft

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    In Windows 8, how do I save the Login data that is requested during switching from a local to a Microsoft account and vice versa so that Windows 8 will automatically perform these actions?

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    When I switched from MS accounts to local accounts, the system asked me if I wanted to save the info and I just chose to Save. Now the system remembers my log-in credentials without having to enter these credentials each time. I however am not using the Enterprise edition as you are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Medico View Post
    When I switched from MS accounts to local accounts, the system asked me if I wanted to save the info and I just chose to Save. Now the system remembers my log-in credentials without having to enter these credentials each time. I however am not using the Enterprise edition as you are.
    You could make a screenshot to show me where is the option to save the log-in credentials?

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    Sorry, but once I chose to save the info, the screen does not reappear unless I change back to a MS account, then back to a local account. Plus I am not sure in a pre log-in state that the screen shot could be captured.
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