Credentials are proofs of identity that are supplied to a system to obtain access to restricted rights. Usernames and passwords are the most common credentials, but smart cards, fingerprints and other biometrics are also used.

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Manage another user's credentials for network access

I have a Windows account that is used for running services (ie. it's not intended that any person should log in as that account). Turns out one of the services needs to access a remote network share ...
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How can I give my wife emergency access to logins, passwords, etc.?

I'm the digital guru in my household. My wife is good with email and forum websites, but she trusts me with all our important digital stuff — online banking and other things that require ...
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How to clear credentials associated with the OneDrive for Business sync app?

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Windows XP - mapping network drive

I have mapped a network drive and named S:\ under "My Computer". My problem is that I need to log in to the drive again when I reboot my pc, how can I fix it? UPDATE My pc is Windows XP ...
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FTP management server

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Remote Desktop connection is ignoring saved credentials

I have an RDP (Remote Desktop connectin) file. When I view/edit the file I can see that the username and password are stored in it, but when I connect to the remote server using the file the server ...