- User names and passwords
- X.509 certificates (smart cards)
- Click Start, click Run, type Control Userpasswords2, and then press ENTER.
- Click the Advanced tab, and then click Manage Passwords.
- Resources in an untrusted domain
- Resources with alternative credentials
- A Web site with a password
- A Web site with a certificate
- Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional in a workgroup:
In the User Accounts tool, select the logged-on user account.
- Windows XP Professional in a domain:
In the User Accounts tool, on the Advanced tab, click Manage Passwords.
DYNAMIC keys are created in the following way:
- A user attempts to connect to \\server\share.
- The user's logon credentials are attempted. If these do not gain access, Stored User Names and Passwords prompts.
- Credentials are put in Stored User Names and Passwords after it successfully connects, or if Cancel is clicked on a returned error message.
- Remember my password
- Start the Stored User Names and Passwords tool in Control Panel.
- Click Add.
- Type the appropriate information in the boxes:
- Server: Use the hostname, FQDN, wildcards, and so forth.
- User Name: Domain\Username; Machine\Username; UPN.
- Password: Type the password.
- specific resource:
- less specific set of resources: *.domain.forest.com (all resources in
- very general set of resources: *.forest.com (all resources in
server.domain.forest.com. The user may have credentials for the server, *.domain.forest.com, and *.forest.com. In this scenario, the most specific credential applicable is for the server itself, so that is the one used.For more information about Stored User Names and Passwords, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: