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Hi all,

Newbie here but I've been using CCleaner for years, and love it.
I've found a bug in the last 2 versions which haven't been fixed in this latest version 6411.

I like to keep my Outlook and OneDrive Login passwords stored so I don't have the headache of Microsoft Two Form Factor passwords everytime I open Outlook..
I've removed Tick from the Box for MS Office and MS OneDrive, but it always seems to delete the password and I have to enter it again each time.
So everytime I run CCleaner and then open Outlook or restart OneDrive, it keeps asking me password.


Please could you fix this bug.

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g'day Gurj and welcome.

I don't think it's a bug but something you have yet to untick or add as an exclusion.
you could start with making sure Network Passwords is not ticked under Windows Explorer.

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It could be that they have changed the way the login page accepts passwords so that you are forced to type them, quite a few sites are doing this recently for added security.

Take a read of this that I posted on another thread yesterday:

 

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On ‎23‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 07:02, mta said:

g'day Gurj and welcome.

I don't think it's a bug but something you have yet to untick or add as an exclusion.
you could start with making sure Network Passwords is not ticked under Windows Explorer.

Hi,

Thanks mta. Network Passwords - fixed the issue. But shouldn't it be under a different setting. Outlook is not a Network Setting, it's a Software Setting. It would be wise to have a tick box specifically for Outlook Password and separate the 2 entities.

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all you can hope for is that the Admin team (who do read these threads) takes it onboard as a suggestion.

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