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This page was last updated: 5/22/2007 2:31:10 PM

How do I delete stored passwords?
How do I delete stored passwords?

Windows allows you to "cache" your login credentials (username and password) for some resources (web sites, file systems, etc.). Occasionally, it may be necessary to delete or edit these cached credentials on your home computer. For example, this may be necessary after changing your CWSL network password.

To delete cached credentials in Windows XP:

  1. Click Start
  2. Click Control Panel (if you see a Switch to Classic View link on the left, click on this link)
  3. Double-click User Accounts
    A User Accounts dialogue box should appear.
  4. Click on the Advanced tab.
    You should now see the following dialogue box:


     
  5. Click on the Manage Passwords button.
    A Stored User Names and Passwords dialogue box should appear:


     
  6. Select each entry for CWSL servers, click on the Remove button, then click on OK to confirm.
  7. Close the User Accounts and Control Panel dialogue boxes.

The next time you access the resource, you may be prompted to save your current username and password. You may do so, but just remember that you may need to repeat this process the next time you change your CWSL network password.

 



 
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