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I'm not the network admin, but my network admin is having trouble solving this as well.

My issue is exactly as the title says...

Windows Security (In windows 7) keeps asking for my credentials, and won't "Remember my credentials"

Even if I check mark the box that says "Remember my credentials", I'll eventually be prompted to enter my credentials again.

I am an administrator for this computer.

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I was able to find the solution at this forum

http://www.w7forums.com/windows-7-does-not-save-network-login-credentials-username-and-password-t1621p3.html

Essentially go to the Windows Vault (Store credentials for automatic logon), and edit the credentials there.

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So I have a couple questions for you: Is your computer on the domain you are connecting to?

How high is your UAC?

If you are on the domain it may be a group policy that you must enter your password to access the domain or you are trying to access a file that you don't have rights to.

You may want to try the solution posted on SuperUser http://superuser.com/questions/263743/windows-7-never-remembers-my-password-credential

Hope that helps.

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This is a issue with your Windows Credential Manager. Moste likely because your credential manager have wrong entry with and old password or if it was selected to be disable.

Write Credential Manager at the start menu and open it. Check if it is allowing save password and if it is delete all the entries saved and try again. If it's not allowing to save password it's possible that it is setting from a domain groupo policy and your network admin should check it.

Regards.

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