Re: Saved Passwords in IE7
> mcp6453 wrote:
>> The "saved passwords in IE7" topic has been beaten to death. For the last hour,
>> I have searched for the right post that answers the question, but I have not
>> found it.
>> When I open the web interface on my Zyxel router (it does not have a field for
>> user name -- only password), IE7 does not ask me to save the password. The
>> checkbox to save passwords is checked, and IE7 saves passwords on most sites
>> (except https sites).
>> How can I cause IE7 to remember the password for my router? XP SP3.
> The auto-complete cache in the web browser isn't your problem. Most
> likely you do NOT get a login page to your router's web server. Instead
> a separate dialog window appears in which you enter your login
> credentials. That is presented by the code in the web page proffered by
> your router. It isn't a form that IE can save, it is code. Whether or
> not your router's web server remembers your entries depends on if it
> supports that feature.
> Since the login credentials are not entered into a web form, your web
> browser can't cache that data. Instead look at automatic form entry
> add-ons to the web browser. These store your login credentials and will
> enter them when it sees the same web page layout. IE7Pro (free add-on)
> has its form filler function which can help.
Thanks for the info. I had not heard of IE7Pro. In any case, Firefox remembers
the password perfectly with no add-on or other configuration. I've been trying
to move away from Firefox, but there are always those few things that I really
like that Firefox does better than IE.