Chrome not asking to save or saving passwords?1 Recommended Answer
Steps to make Google Chrome offer to save (prompt) password for a particular site (for e.g abcd.com) and Auto-login the site with the credentials thus saved.
-> Go to the given URL 'abcd.com'
-> Reload the page.
-> Enter the credentials (uid,pwd)
-> A prompt appears to save password.
-> Click on Save password.
-> Auto-Login Extension bubble appears on this page.
At this point it is important because the extension 'Auto-Login' (like many other extensions) require
-> Now Click on the 'Auto-Login' bubble for remembering automatically logging into the site hereafter!
I have an intranet site (HTTP, reachable by an IP) that I log into daily, which had stored my user name and password. Been working fine for 6 months so I know the HTML login form works fine with Chrome.
My password changed, but Chrome would not update the saved password. I went into the saved passwords section and deleted the site. Tried refreshing, restarting & logging out & in again and it won't store the site at all in Chrome.
Will try some more things, but frustrating as it looks like a bug in Chrome.
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