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As you may know, when trying to connect to a remote share secured with a password, Windows may pop up an input box asking for login credentials. If I select the "remember password" option, the password is stored somewhere for seamless login on the next connection - it doesn't ask for a password any more.

Where are these passwords saved? Sometimes I might want to delete the saved password so that on the next login Windows will ask me for credentials again.

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run rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr in a command line

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@Tim, thank you so much! – Leo.W May 1 '11 at 10:33

NirSoft's Network Password Recovery.

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