My Windows 7 laptop is not joined to my company's Active Directory domain. However, I connect to a number of resources on the domain, including intranet sites, file shares, and TFS. Every three months, my company makes me change my password.
I've discovered that Windows 7 has a Credential Manager where I can go in and edit stored passwords. However, by the time I change my password I have at least a dozen different credentials to edit. Note that each credential has the same "domain\user" format user name.
Is there a way to change the password for every credential with the same user name?
I think the problem is more acute with file shares and TFS, where I seem to just get denied access. With intranet sites I at least get prompted by Internet Explorer to change my password (albeit repeatedly for each one I access).