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    Saving Logons

    You know how when you logon to a website that requires a User ID and Password and once you enter it a pop-up askes if you want them to be remembered so you don't have to type them everytime you logon? And you know how you can click the box don't show me this again and you never see the pop-up again? Is there a way to get it back? :>)

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    ggendrew

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    Re: Saving Logons

    My money would be on that it is stored in a cookie. See if you can locate it and delete it.

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    Re: Saving Logons

    Further thoughts - this may be tied in with IE6 saved passwords, rather than the site itself. See if any of the following gives some ideas:
    <post:=340,124>post 340,124</post:>
    <post:=321,308>post 321,308</post:>
    <post:=245,143>post 245,143</post:>

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    Re: Saving Logons

    Tools > Internet Options... > Content > Autocomplete... > Prompt me to save passwords

    StuartR

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    Re: Saving Logons

    If you feel keen, you can display (some of) these usernames and passwords using Protected Storage PassView, but beware that Norton Antivirus detects this program as a "hack tool" (which in a minor sense it is).

    John

    PS Just noticed that Tony also points to this program in the first of Leif's references!
    <font face="Script MT Bold"><font color=blue><big><big>John</big></big></font color=blue></font face=script>

    Ita, esto, quidcumque...

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    Re: Saving Logons

    This did the trick. I knew I could count on you guys.

    Happy New Year to everyone!

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    Re: Saving Logons

    Hey StuartR,

    You're the winner! Your response was just what I was looking for.

    Thanks,
    ggendrew

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