Generic credentials, in Credential Manager? --- Created by Windows Live Programs?


  • Install Windows Live Softwares create some generic card in windows account manager?, Because I have certain credentials in a PC that i dont know... but in all of forums pointed at Windows Live Programs, I would like know its is true?




    The created credentials are:


    virtualapp / didlogical


    Username: 02fqozzbezqb

    Percistence: Local Machine




    Instalar Software de Windows Live crea alguna credencial Generica en la administración de cuentas de windows?, tengo varias PCs que no conozco, investigando un poco todos los foros de MS, apuntan a aplicaciónes de windows live, como lo es mail, o essentials, o messenger, me gustaría saber si pueden confirmar si es cierto que las generan programas de Windows Live y que alcance tienen estas credenciales?, tienen algún privilegio sobre el equipo?


    Articulos de referencia:




    Credenciales generadas posterior a la instalación de software como Windows live Mail:



    virtualapp / didlogical


    Username: 02fqozzbezqb

    Percistence: Local Machine

    Tuesday, December 07, 2010 1:18 AM


  • Hi,


    Thanks for the post!


    The Generic credentials are different from Windows credentials where you can manage all windows credentials, since they are authenticated by programs that manage security on their own rather than sending it to the Operating System.


    If you are not sure of using any application program or website by that name , please delete the virtualapp user in Generic credentials. For example, you can remove all of the Microsoft Live apps like writer, mail and so on. If this user doesn’t bother you, you can still keep it.


    For the new feature Credential Manager, you can see more information in




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    Thursday, December 09, 2010 8:24 AM