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How can enable credential manager on windows 7

I have a machine with windows 7 in the domain, in the server we share a folders. The problem is when i try con map a drive in the machine with windows 7 i have acces in the folder but i have to write ...
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How to manage stored credentials (Windows Vault) for another user than you, e.g. SYSTEM?

When I go to Credential Manager in Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008, it lets me edit the cached credentials for my account. Is it possible to edit someone else's stored credentials on the same ...
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How to add certificate to Windows Credential Manager?

How do you add a certificate from the personal store as a certificate based credential in Windows Credential Manager? When I click on Open the Certificate Manager it just takes me to the Certificate ...
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Accessing another server's file system passing credentials

I'm trying to access the file system on a server (\\servername), which prompts for credentials. I want to pass the credentials directly, like \\username:password@servername, but it's not working. An ...
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How do I reconnect to a UNC share using different credentials

I connected to my NAS using windows explorer, by entering \\DS412 in windows explorer. It prompted me for a username and password. I entered them and then the DS412 showed up under Network in ...
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Windows Command-Line Utilities Started Prompting for Password

Recently my computer started prompting for the password of my domain account (that I am logged on as) when running command-line tools such as tasklist or taskkill on remote domain computers. On other ...
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Automatically refresh credential after password change

Lets say we have around 300 Windows XP machines on our ActiveDirectory domain that are used for processing something. Each has an account which is patterned on the machines name. As these are ...
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Why can a user grant themselves the Log On As A Service right?

This article describes the (relatively laborious) steps you should go through to grant an Active Directory user the Log On As A Service right. However, if I install a service and manually specify my ...
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Windows service running under network credentials doesn't autostart

I have a Subversion Server running as a resident service on a Windows XP Pro machine. That service needs to access a secure network fileshare, so I used the Services->Properties->Log On tab to tell ...