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how to edit my credentials manager?

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  • Started 9 years ago by ud101
  • Latest reply from The Geek
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Whenever I enter a password there is this window jumping that asks me if I want to keep the password. "Asus credential..." something.

This is very annoying, since I can't control it.
I have probably entered a wrong password to this device, and now whenever I try to open a zip file with a password, this device enters the wrong password automatically, and I can't open my own file!

I would like to know if I can edit the list of credentials, and also if I can cancel this "service"?

Tx a lot everyone,

Posted 9 years ago
Posts: 350

I'm guessing you should have an Asus credentials application where you can view the saved passwords. I don't have Asus, so I'm not sure, myself... I'm sure somebody else knows.

Posted 9 years ago
The Geek
Posts: 2059

sg is correct, there should be an application called something like Credential Manager that will have your password stored in it.

If you give us a little more information on what the error says, we can probably pinpoint it a little better for you.

Posted 9 years ago

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